Professional Restoration

Taking care of your investment.

When your instrument shows signs of damage, cracks, seam openings, loose neck or fingerboard, finish issues, etc. Don’t put off having it looked at by a trained professional. Chances are it will get worse over time and result in poor instrument response, buzzing and overall higher repair cost. Have your repair person look at your instrument and give you an estimate of work to be done and know that depending on the extent of the repair, your instrument may be tied up for awhile. Here are some repair photos of a cello top crack repair I did recently. These type of repairs need to be carried out by a professional with extensive experience in this complicated type of repair.

 

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Hershey Violins

11 West Main Street
Mechanicsburg, Pa 17055
717.697.6341

Shop Hours:

Tue. thru Fri: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: Noon until 3pm
Other hours by appointment
call: 717. 697. 6341