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At Jesse Maschmeyer Violins, LLC we offer services & sales by Appointment. Our luxury atelier is located at 512 Van Ness Street, up and across from the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, the SF Opera, Ballet, and blocks away from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
Sales of professional performance instruments, known for their outstanding acoustic qualities, articulation & ease of playability, made by Italian trained maker Jesse Maschmeyer, as well as a curated collection of restored antique instruments can make for a truly special purchase experience. We have violins, violas, cellos, and bows in every price level and give the same customer care to every level of musician from beginner to performing artists.
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A Destination for Fine Instruments and Collectibles
With nearly two decades of experience in the industry, we are familiar with the world's finest antique instruments. Drawing on our extensive contact list, we will find a one-of-the-kind piece that will enhance your peformance experience. Contact us to discuss your unique needs.
Restoration and Repairs
Profesionally performed repairs add to the life of your instrument and enhance its beauty and sound. Jesse Maschmeyer has over twenty years of experience performing repairs, tonal adjustments and restoration. While your instrument is in the shop, we can often provide you with a loaner instrument, just ask us for more details.
We offer a variety of instrument models inspired by the great Old World Masters of violinmaking. Jesse is skilled at creating replicas of classic models by masters Stradivari & Guarneri, and has studied the latest knowledge pertaining to advanced violin physic acoustics. Our objective is to meet individual players' needs and tonal preferences in an instrument.
After four years of researching and testing ancient recipes, Jesse has developed a unique Baltic amber varnish that recaptures the glow achieved by Renaissance masters. Even when dry, his vibrant varnish retains its transparency and unique depth.