The Wilhelm Klier instruments are crafted in Germany using a time-honored workshop-method tradition. These high-end instruments are made of older wood to achieve a warmer sound. They are highly flamed and varnished with a deep coloration to give a classic, old-fashioned look. The sound is described as rounder than that of a new instrument, almost as if it had already been broken in. These instruments are an excellent upgrade for the advanced musician.
- Crafted in Germany from select aged European tonewoods
- Tonal adjustments made and antique-style varnish hand- applied at the Eastman Strings workshop
- Ebony fingerboard, pegs and chinrest
- Guarneri pattern
- Noted for “old, played-in” sound and response
- Wittner tailpiece
- Strung with Peter Infeld