Paolo Antonio Testore fecit in Milano 1740
On sale in New York.

Info: wanhaoxu@yahoo.com
Paolo Antonio Testore - Milano 1740 Paolo Antonio Testore - Milano 1740 Paolo Antonio Testore - Milano 1740
Paolo Antonio Testore - Milano 1740 Paolo Antonio Testore - Milano 1740


Doublebass labelled "Archimede Orlandini, Parma 1976"
(100% original)
Excellent sound both bowed and plucked.
Vibrating string length: 105 cm;
Soundboard length: 110 cm;
Width: 51/38/65 cm;
Bouts: 21 cm.

Info: giovanni.tommaso@alice.it
Cell: 339-7872335
Archimede Orlandini, Parma 1976 Archimede Orlandini, Parma 1976 Archimede Orlandini, Parma 1976
Archimede Orlandini, Parma 1976 Giovanni Tommaso


Tarantino, 1922
Giuseppe Tarantino was one of the most prolific double-bass makers. This instrument is perfectly kept and it's one of the most interesting works from the Early Period, during which the Neapolitan Lute-making stylistic features are represented at their best.

Features: Soundboard length: 113 cm; Diapason: 60,5 cm; Bouts: 21 cm; Width: 50,5 - 38 - 66,5 cm.
Info: Paolo tel. 339 8160944 email: paolodiiorio72@gmail.com
Tarantino, 1922 Tarantino, 1922 Tarantino, 1922
Tarantino, 1922 Tarantino, 1922 Tarantino, 1922
Tarantino, 1922 Tarantino, 1922


Giovanni Capalbo, 1926
This very interesting Italian bass, built in 1926, is available for sale.
Giovanni Capalbo studied violin making in Rome and won several gold medals. In 1908 he moved to Buenos Aires where he held the job of luthier and took part in a series of violin making competitions, winning many gold medals. He returned to Rome in 1936.
For info about the instrument and price, contact Eduardo
tel. 691 093 029 e-mail: maier@ono.com
Giovanni Capalbo, 1926 Giovanni Capalbo, 1926 Giovanni Capalbo, 1926
Giovanni Capalbo, 1926 Giovanni Capalbo, 1926


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