Carbon Violin by Glasser
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The Carbon Composite violin by Glasser is COOL! Made from the same materials as Carbon Fiber/Carbon Composite bows, the Glasser Carbon violin is nearly indestructible, low maintenance, easy to play, and is far less sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity than a standard wood violin. Need a violin to take on vacation or leave at your vacation home or cabin? This violin is your best candidate. Great for a student that doesn't want to be bothered with the usual care and maintenance of a wood violin. Also great for all those places your good violin might get smashed, cracked, stepped on, or overheated, such as- fiddle festivals, bar gigs, outdoor gigs, or cramped orchestra pits for musicals and operas. An excellent option for areas of extreme weather- the Southweste U.S., mountain areas, Alaska, Florida, and the Northern Plains. Produced at a price far less than a handmade instrument, and even less than other carbon violins, this is a great value! Set up with Perfection Planetary Pegs and Larsen strings. Our outfit comes complete with violin, dart-shaped case, rosin, and our Carbon bow.

Please note: Weight- This violin is heavy! Violins are hard to accurately weigh, but a comparison weighing of this Glasser violin and our Presto and Da Salo violins shows a full size Glasser violin weighs about 16 ounces, the da Salo model about 11 ounces, and the Presto violin about 13 ounces. We strongly suggest using a shoulder rest with the Glasser Carbon violin. It will help you hold it up and reduce neck strain.

This Glasser Carbon Violin would make a great Acoustic/Electric violin using the Realist pickup!


A 5 string (E-A-D-G-C) violin/viola model with a low C string is available in the full (4/4, 14") size by special order only. Please call us for price. 


Hear Diane Houser play the Glasser Carbon Violin: 


  • Item #: V0CARB

Carbon Violin by Glasser

Price: $675.00
Sale Price: $539.00
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