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Electric and Amplified bowed string instrument makers
« on: Dec 06, 2002, 01:00:05 PM »
Please add your link (or email direct to me) and I will incorporate it into this alphabetical list of makers of electric bowed string instruments, thanks! Tom - Links Moderator

www.electricstrings.com/ Achieve Instruments

www.alisonguitars.homestead.com/Violins.html Alison Electric Violins

www.alter-ego.it Alter Ego String Instruments

www.bridgeinstruments.com Bridge Instruments

www.cantini-strings.com Cantini Strings

www.design-harmonie.com Design and Harmonie High Tech Luthiers

www.efkeebler.com E. F. Keebler Musical Instruments

www.epoch.supercool.com.au Epoch Instruments

www.electricviolinlutherie.com Electric Violin Lutherie

www.fender.com/gear/gear.php?node_id=2621 Fender Violins

www.AcousticElectricStrings.com  G. Edward Lutherie

www.heys.com Heys Electric Violins

www.ithacastring.com/amplified.html Ithaca Stringed Instruments

http://dslweb.nwnexus.com/jensmus Jensen Musical Instruments

www.jordanmusic.com Jordan Electric Violins

www.primoviolins.com/bearpawmusic/Dev2000eb.htm Primo Electric Power Violins

www.musicyo.com/product_specs.asp?pf_id=160 Maestro

www.meatleg.com Mallion Violins

www.nedsteinberger.com NS Design

www.geocities.com/randycrosby The Randolin

www.skyinbow.com Skyinbow

www.sonicviolins.co.uk Sonic Violins

www.starfishdesigns.co.uk Starfish Designs

www.stringamp.com StringAmp

www.straus.co.kr/violin.htm Straus Electric

http://w1.819.telia.com/~u81903553/Eng.html Styrelius Electric Violin

www.tbviolins.com T.F. Barrett Company

http://website.lineone.net/~violin/violin.htm Ted Brewer Violins

www.vectorinstruments.com Vector Electric Instruments

http://wavespace.waverider.co.uk/~nexus/ Violectra Electric Violins

www.woodviolins.com Wood Violins

http://www.yamaha.com/yamahavgn/CDA/List/ModelSeriesList/0,6384,CTID%253D231800%2526CNTYP%253DPRODUCT%2526VNM%253DLIVE%2526AFLG%253DY,00.html  Yamaha Silent/Electric Strings

www.zetamusic.com Zeta Music
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Re: Electric and Amplified bowed string instrument makers
« Reply #1 on: Mar 07, 2009, 09:38:23 PM »
Barnshaw-Violins is no longer there.. seems to be a kind of stolen domain or they are out of business. Any info ?

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Re: Electric and Amplified bowed string instrument makers
« Reply #2 on: Mar 08, 2009, 04:34:13 AM »
I think they went "pop"
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Re: Electric and Amplified bowed string instrument makers
« Reply #3 on: Mar 08, 2009, 10:30:08 AM »
Hi Mark,
If I may , Id like to be listed as a maker of "Electric Violins"  too - heres the link:

www.stringAmp.com

after all I have been offering complete violins with the StringAmp system for more than 10 years-
- being built into a "normal violin" body should not disqualify them from being listed as Electric

Or am I wrong ?
I wont mind sending that 50 banner fee whenever ...
best, Michael
I make the StringAmp

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Re: Electric and Amplified bowed string instrument makers
« Reply #4 on: Mar 08, 2009, 06:42:36 PM »
no worries mate - this list is very old. (can I just send you a paypal invoice? need your paypal email address)
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Re: Electric and Amplified bowed string instrument makers
« Reply #5 on: Mar 09, 2009, 11:00:48 PM »
Meisel went out of business late last summer:
http://www.musicincmag.com/News/2008/080903/080903_miesel.html
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Re: Electric and Amplified bowed string instrument makers
« Reply #6 on: May 10, 2010, 07:53:26 AM »
What from all solid-bodies of the above, would sound most acoustic and warm (I am looking for an un-nasal violin)?

Of course I need the other two conditions, clean and feedback free tone.

 




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