To make the Heinrich Gill X7 Violin, the process begins with the selection of tonewood from their extensive inventory of European aged timbers. The wood quality is quantitatively measured under different physical aspects in order to arrive at an objective and clear determination of the qualities of the woods used. During the making process, the natural acoustic properties of the instrument components are continuously measured and monitored.
The result is a unique development of each piece of wood. Components are then perfectly matched and harmonized together – according to the carefully determined natural acoustical characteristics of the wood – to maximize the instrument’s potential.
- Exclusive harmonized acoustical balancing offers maturity in sound rarely experienced in a modern instrument.
- Sophisticated sound is wonderfully rich and clear.
- Offers maximum performance capabilities for the young artist.
- Responsive and agile.