Preserving the originality

Appearance, sound and optimal playability

At the same time, we always keep the playability of your instrument in mind during our work - from the technical alignment of the neck angle to the bridge shape and the condition of the fingerboard. After all, we want your playing to be easy and you to enjoy your restored stringed instrument every day anew.

Small corrections, big effect

A stringed instrument is a sensitive system consisting of bridge, soundpost, tailpiece and strings, neck angle, fingerboard and bass bar. Precise tuning of these components can open up new worlds of sound for your instrument. We will be happy to advise you on whether such fine-tuning is worthwhile in the case of your instrument. Ask us!

Particularly cautious thanks to high-tech

We work according to the restoration principle: minimally invasive and reversible. If we have to replace old patches or repair worm damage, we work in our studio with a 3D scanner and CNC milling machine. Thanks to this modern standard, we can create perfectly fitting inlays even for extremely complex shapes and reduce the loss of original material to a minimum. We also do not have to remove any original wood for edge doubling thanks to these state-of-the-art techniques.

Minimal-invasiv restoration of a Grancino cello

Inlays for worm damage

Restoration of a violin made by Petro Antonio dalla Costa

Restoration of a violin made by Matthias Klotz

Restoring the back of the Matthias Klotz violin.