Were you a Good Musician this Year?

Were you a good musician this year?

Perhaps you are looking for a gift for your teacher or student?

LED Music Stand Lights: $24.99
Everest Shoulder Rests in fun colors: $28
Holiday Note Cards: $10.95
Korg Tuner/Metronome Combo: $34.99

Kremona Violin Pickup with Volume Knob: $129
Violin Music Box with Case: $35.95
Ceramic Mug: $6.95
Peak Violin Stand: $19.95


Lothar Seifert **Cello Bow Lothar (b.1932 d.2015) came from a family of renowned musical instrument makers in the Kirchberg area of Germany. His father, Oskar, began making bows in 1924 and by 1932 had set up a work shop in Graslitz. Like so many refugees, the Seifert family was forced to re-locate after World War II. They had heard of a small village called Bubenreuth, whose mayor was spreading fliers among refugees calling for makers of musical instruments to settle in his town. Lothar opened his shop with a partner in Bubenreuth in 1950.

This gorgeous bow is sterling silver mounted with aged pernambuco. Bow is at least 20 years old.

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Viktor Kereske, opus 65 Violinfrom Budapest, Hungary, made by the Master himself. Majestic in sound and stature, this violin has been played almost every day since it’s purchase in 2005! The spruce has a distinct even grain with no imperfections. The European maple is perfectly book-matched with a wide flaming. The varnish is golden brown with a patina as captivating as the tone.

This one will NOT be in the shop for long…
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Leopold Widhalm, Nurnberg, 1770. Widhalm (b. 1722, d. 1776) Leopold is considered to have been one of the best German lute and violin makers of his time. He modeled his instruments on Stainer, however original in many features. The arching is elegant with well-chosen wood that has withstood the test of time. In the early 1900’s, this violin was purchased from Gould @ Sons in Boston, and played in the New Hampshire Symphony.

For nearly 250 years, this violin has been well cared for and is a truly rare find.
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Keller Strings has been a BAM France case dealer for over 20 years. We enjoy carrying their product lines because of their innovation in the case industry and the protection for your instrument. They may cost a little more however they are constructed with lasting materials and it is cheap insurance for your instrument! Stop by the shop or visit online for our selection of BAM violin cases.

Holiday Hours:
10-6 TuesdayThursday
10-4 FridaySaturday
12-4 Sunday
Shop early – we will be closed Christmas Eve!

Keller Strings sells orchestral stringed instruments in all price ranges including bows, and cases. In addition, we sell electrics, shoulder rests, rosins, pickups, amplifiers, metronomes and tuners, strings, mutes, music stands, instrument stands, musical jewelry, ties, and cards. If you cannot decide on the perfect gift, purchase a gift certificate!

Best Wishes for a Wonderful Holiday and a prosperous New Year!