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INTRODUCTION TO  GAMMUTO  VIOLINS - WELCOME



If you are a first time visitor to Gammuto Violins, welcome. We would like to introduce you to our superior line of hand crafted stringed instruments, and well grounded repair and restoration services.

After 44 years of dedicated service, we continue to offer fine instruments, and high quality repair services at very competitive rates.  This is accomplished by maintain g low overhead, no commissioned sales staff to pay, and market awareness.

We hope you find the site informative, and will give us the opportunity to serve you.
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Our prices are competitive.  Quality is assured, and we pay fair market value for instruments purchased. Upgrade transactions, and consignments are welcome.

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The Guarneri del Gesu is, by far, the workshop's most popular violin and viola Both instruments have everything a professional player looks for; enduring quality, classic lines, crystal clear sound, and ease of play..
Gammuto hand-made instruments are currently limited to 5-6 per year due to repair and restoration commitments. Please call for availability and current sale prices.
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REPAIR AND RESTORATION SERVICES




The Gammuto shop's reputation for repair  and restoration work is known as one of the very best. We confidently take on the most difficult, and demanding jobs. Repairs of every description; cracks, open seams, and full restoration projects are among our most called upon service.
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Sound quality is the most important element of any instrument purchase. This includes labels, previous owner, country of origin, and selling price. An instrument that sounds great, and showcases your talent, is a good investment in your musical career.

Avoid being a "label snob." That small piece of paper inside the instrument will not further your career, or get you a chair in an orchestra. Sound qualit5y, and hard work will.
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Yes, for a violin stand, this may be over the top!