Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'del gesù'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Maestronet
    • The Fingerboard
    • The Pegbox
    • The Auction Scroll
    • Contemporary Maker's Gallery
    • Luthier Exchange
    • Music Happenings
    • The Keyboard
    • Early Posts - 1996 - 1999
    • Maestronet News


  • Maestronet Admin's Blog
  • Tim McTigue's Blog
  • moellis' Blog
  • jaclynatkinson's Blog
  • Rita's Place, Rebecca Rose's Blog
  • hrobert's Blog
  • Laughing Prince's Blog
  • Sergeij Rahkmaninov's Blog
  • viola_license_revoked's Blog
  • Mountain Luthier's Blog
  • Making a Violin
  • Glenn Hunt's Blog
  • gouger's Blog
  • codeprost's Blog
  • The Ways of the World
  • JDGillespie's Blog
  • ronwalker49's Blog
  • ronwalker49's Blog
  • Sandra012341's Blog
  • catmccall's Blog
  • madog's Blog
  • madog's Blog
  • James M. Jones' Blog
  • pradaerloves' Blog
  • Cristina9's Blog
  • fiddlesurgeon's Blog
  • Misical Passages' Italian House Blog
  • Misical Passages' Italian House Blog
  • Bill C's Blog
  • jstainer91's Blog
  • ramanaji's Blog
  • ramanaji's Blog
  • injection-mould's Blog
  • artmusic's Blog
  • artmusic's Blog
  • vin3335412's Blog
  • num1guitar's Blog
  • TheSouthernTraders' Blog
  • TheSouthernTraders' Blog
  • aldric no 71 1835's Blog
  • aldric no 71 1835's Blog
  • ani's Blog
  • ani's Blog
  • aprilchill's Blog
  • jiajiale's Blog
  • cabrinee's Blog
  • instrumentos music. finos' Blog
  • instrumentos music. finos' Blog
  • hujh's Blog
  • leelilyaaa's Blog
  • Finsternis' Blog
  • Finsternis' Blog
  • futangdg's Blog
  • Torbjörn Zethelius
  • hcg's Blog
  • zzzxx's Blog
  • zzzxx's Blog
  • maya black's Blog
  • jamesng886's Blog
  • xiaowei11's Blog
  • Aelspet's Blog
  • majian's Blog
  • wowo001's Blog
  • wowo001's Blog
  • omoni's Blog
  • omoni's Blog
  • eynfcred's Blog
  • teng2012001's Blog
  • mhfais' Blog
  • mhfais' Blog
  • fufu's Blog
  • G DGDFG's Blog
  • callmehello's Blog
  • wer12's Blog
  • wowgold's Blog
  • lixiang's Blog
  • lixiang's Blog
  • jiposdoas' Blog
  • pingpang's Blog
  • Gary411's Blog
  • lixiang's Blog
  • wangwenwen's Blog
  • pkteragold's Blog
  • lixiang's Blog
  • Donna Flynn's Blog
  • Donna Flynn's Blog
  • Konenfant's Blog
  • rockybaroque's Blog
  • beulah123a's Blog
  • wedding dress' Blog
  • suny's Blog
  • eynfcred's Blog
  • xushiyang891114's Blog
  • xushiyang891114's Blog
  • icheapbelts
  • injection-mould's Blog
  • lorakunneva's Blog
  • Matthew Gryspeerdt's Blog
  • Matthew Gryspeerdt's Blog
  • Background of Weighing Machines
  • Important Concerns For Choosing an Evaluating Balance
  • Logical Weighing Programs in the Laboratory
  • Weight Cells And Their Uses
  • Analyzing Weighing machine
  • Strategies For Choosing Commercial Weighing Machines
  • c.m.sunday's Blog
  • my blog
  • Collin Bank: A premium bank offering excellent personal banking services
  • Leluda's Blog
  • alisa's Blog
  • lebron10's Blog
  • Lebron10lasay9ya's Blog
  • nikefree3lay's Blog
  • nikefree3mensbo's Blog
  • airmax90yes' Blog
  • nikefree4hao's Blog
  • annawilliam's Blog
  • Life is Music - Play it Well!

Product Groups

There are no results to display.

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL







Found 9 results

  1. For sale: IHS del Gesú 1998 double volume book cloth bound. By Peter Biddulph. PM me if interested. N
  2. Hi All, I’m privileged to be the owner of a Tres Amigos violin (2013, Strad Model) made by Ryan Soltis, Antoine Nedelec, and Jeff Phillips for Julie Reed-Yeboah’s contemporary violin exhibition in New York. Every year (theoretically, ) the trio of first-class makers go through rotations of who does what. In the case of my current violin, the scroll/varnish is by Ryan, the back and ribs are by Antoine, and the top is by Jeff. After they completed three Strad models, of which mine is the second, they moved on to Del Gesu models. When the time for the second DG model came around, which would
  3. A friend was kind enough to share some images of one of Nicolas Sawicki's early dG copies - made after Sawicki worked on il Cannone for Paganini. It is evidently thickly graduated, which I understand is pretty unusual for an early copy:
  4. The Cannon comes to Columbus Ohio I presume a lot of you may already know about this and I hope to see some violinmakers turn out. Bruce
  5. It's Friday. I thought I'd change the subject and show something I think is interesting. A few months ago I was perusing the cd of the catalogue from the Stradivari Museum and came across something that caught my eye. A bit of effort turned up this little tidbit. Below are two images. The first is a template from the Stradivari Museum (MS786) and the second is a CT scan of a del Gesù violin (I won't say which one, because I don't know who owns it now). The measurements I have for the lengths are 346 mm and 345.8, so I scaled them as accurately as I could in Illustrator.
  6. Hello and welcome to my second build thread! After finishing my first violin a few months ago, my wife and I both got made redundant from our jobs and have picked up sticks from Sydney Australia and moved to snowy (hopefully) whistler on a 2 year working visa in Canada BC. The idea is to work as little as possible and ski and make violins as much as possible for the next two years . My wife was gracious enough to let me set some money aside for building my number 2 violin so I have ordered a bunch of materials and a few new tools that I was missing from the first build. The last
  7. Welcome Since I've heard this violin I've got it always on my mind. It sounds magnificently. You can hear it for example here in duo concertante with 1727 Vesuvius Strad: Pitty there are only some photos available but no table and back maps/measurements, just LOB and bouts. Maybe some of you would be so gentle to give me a hint where to find them. I can pay for it. I know there is a poster avaiable at and some data at Tarisio and: That's
  8. Hi guys, I have started building my first violin and I thought this might be a good place to document the process. I'd welcome any/all advice on the build as I'm sure I'll make plenty of mistakes. This will probably take a while as I have a busy work life and can only make progress on my violin as time allows. I decided to base my violin on the Del Gesu 'Alard' as I have never owned a Del Gesu and I want something with a deeper tone than my current cheapie strad copy. In a way I think this is my first mistake because I'm discovering a lot of asymmetry and 'close enough is good eno
  9. I've been bitten by the bug…!! I am just beginning, ribs bent and glued using a single piece inside mold influenced by the du Diable Del Gesu. I know a lot of you might be wondering why copy (influenced) the du Diable. Well I am taking a class that is about a year long , 6hrs., 1 day/week through Surry Community College in Dobson NC that is being taught by Joe Thrift. That happens to be a del gesu that he has a lot of information about, his copies that he has built sound just incredible, it is also one of del gesu's more normal looking violins (scroll and shape of the body). Joe has just finis