• How do you define an investment grade violin?

    Investment grade violin retain its value and the value also appreciate with time. What factors drive the price up? Demand versus supply. Typically, investment grade violin are handcrafted one-of-a-kind pieces. These are not mass produced. An investment grade violin is also typically crafted by a well known luthier, whether alive or otherwise. To learn more about investment grade violin, contact Stradivari Strings at +65-98137769. We will be happy to share with you our extensive knowledge accordingly.

  • Are investment grade violin always old?

    Investment grade violin can be contemporary or antique. Do be aware that the price upside for antique violin (age 80 years and above) may have more upside, as the luthier has passed on. Hence the number of violin circulating worldwide is limited to what he has produced in his life time.

  • How much is an investment grade violin?

    Many violin students are surprised that investment grade violin may be priced lower that that they presume. An investment grade violin may start from $5,000. Something that any aspiring violinist may want to consider.

  • Do old violin sound better?

    Yes, definitely. The older the violin, the better tone quality it produces. However the violin must be played over the years and not left in storage. Practicing on your newly acquired violin does give it a soul in improve the tone quality over time.

  • Where can I go to select an investment grade violin?

    Definitely, from a reputable violin dealer with many years of experience dealing with both contemporary and antique violin. You can come by Stradivari Strings to select — we are located at #02-23 Sultan Plaza, 100 Jalan Sultan, Singapore 199001.