Online sale of wood to build violets

The wood used by luthiers to make violas is often very different from the one they use for violins. Although it is always Balkan Maple and Italian Spruce, this instrument requires much lighter wood often with less tight grain which increases a certain elasticity and accentuate the typical warm and harmonious sound of the viola.

Here is the best selection of woods: Maple from the Balkans and Spruce from the Italian Alps


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    Spruce Split Soundpost for Viola - Lenght 42,4 cm Grandi Liutai Italiani Soundposts

    Spruce Split Soundpost for Viola - Lenght 42,4 cm

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    Sawn Bassbar - Violin/Viola Grandi Liutai Italiani Violin

    Sawn Bassbar - Violin/Viola

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    <p>At our company, we take pride in the production of our bassbars. Each bassbar is expressly produced by us, and we take great care in selecting and splitting the best wood for lutherie purposes.</p> <p>We only use wood that has been seasoned for at least 7 years, ensuring optimal performance and longevity. Our bassbars are made exclusively from <strong>the best selection of split red spruce, sourced from the top areas of the Italian Alps.</strong></p> <p>We take great care in the selection and cutting process, following the direction of the fibers to ensure the best possible quality. The wood is seasoned for many years, allowing it to reach optimal maturity before being used.</p> <p>Thanks to our rigorous quality control procedures, we can guarantee that every bassbar we produce is of the highest quality. Whether you are a professional luthier or a musician in need of a replacement bassbar, you can trust our products to provide superior sound and durability.</p>
    Split Bassbar - Violin/Viola Grandi Liutai Italiani Violin

    Split Bassbar - Violin/Viola


    TOP Quality split Red Spruce bassbars!

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    <p>Blocks are important elements in the construction of violas, playing a crucial role in the structure and optimization of the instrument's sound. Blocks can be made from different types of wood, but the most common are spruce and willow.</p> <p>Spruce blocks are often used in violas because this type of wood has good resistance and uniform density, allowing for the even transmission of string vibrations.</p> <p>Willow is known for its flexibility and strength, making it an excellent choice for violin blocks. Additionally, willow has the ability to transmit vibrations evenly, allowing for better response to lower notes.</p> <p>The choice of one or the other depends on the preferences of the luthier and the desired sound result.</p>
    Blocks & Linings Set - Viola Grandi Liutai Italiani Viola

    Blocks & Linings Set - Viola