Andreas Jacobi was born on the 1th of June in 1968 in Cologne/ Germany.
My shop is specialized in the repair of old, rare instruments with worm damages, demaged archings or similar injuries using the Inlay-technique since 1999. The Technique is a patent applied for myself.- So I could do it as a service for musicians or collegues.
Since some years I can collect the data with a 3d Scanner system.
In order to treat sensitive and rare instruments with the respect and attention they deserve a professional approach is irreplacable in terms of restoration repair and preservation. For this I only use first rate materials and tools and combine them with the precission that arrises from long experience when it comes to (the art of) processing workmanship. Due to these standards I am able to give high-quality advice that is matched to the individual instrument including service, care and sound adjustment, always having the ambition to achieve the best tonal quality possible.
Our Violin shop in Geisenheim/near Frankfurt Germany, founded in 1997, provides professional services — violin, viola, violoncello and double-bass, bow repair & restauration, selling of fine stringed instruments.
You are welcome to visit our shop or visit us while the music fare, we could also sent you instruments or bows in different ways.
fine violins and bows
In our shop we stock and maintain a wide range of instruments and bows, from instruments for beginners to instruments for professional musicians. From very old, historical instruments to well done new made instruments.
We look forward to meeting you soon!
Inlay Technique - restoration of stringed instruments
HOW DOES IT WORK ?
Worm holes, damaged areas and edges should be repaired? Using our Inlay Technique! I Scan the object with a high resolution laser technology or 3d-Camera system. Then we make a perfect patch for your instrument. Data is carefully processed and a “ready to glue” inlay created from wood that matches the original in age and structure. The process is a stepwise countersinking technique. It preserves as much as possible of the original substance.
Phone: +49 179 6808605
Fax: +49 6722 971984
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