FOR SALE!

 

 

You have one week after received an instrument for final decide.

If the instrument doesn’t meet your expectations, you may return it and I will refund full amount (except shipping costs).


 

 

Classical oboe after Jakob Grundmann | a’= 430 Hz

I made this oboe from 30 years seasoned European boxwood.
This instrument was in an oil bath for half a year; then it dried up for 2 years !
Extremely stable instrument with great sound.
Solid Sterling silver keys.
It is one of my own instruments.
It’s model from „genuine copies”.

Lifetime warranty

2100 USD ( 2010 Euro)


 

Baroque oboe d’amore after Johann Poerschmann | a’=415 Hz

Olive wood. Oboe d’amore from olive sounds as good as a plum wood and moreover it is harder than plum.
So far I have made 4 oboe d’amore out of olive wood. I consider it to be one of the best woods for making oboe d’amore – it gives a very rich sound and almost as loud as African blackwood or cocobolo, although round; it’s easy to play.
Spectacular wood pattern.
3 years warranty

1800 USD (1720 Euro)


 

Baroque oboe after Thomas Stanesby | a’=415 Hz

I made this oboe from over 30 years seasoned wild pear wood.
Wild pear gives richer sound than European boxwood and is much more stable than boxwood (does not warp).
This instrument was in an oil bath for half a year; then it dried up for 2 years !
Extremely stable instrument.
It is one of my own instruments.
It’s model from „genuine copies”.

Lifetime warranty

2000 USD (1910 Euro)


 

Baroque oboe after Thomas Stanesby | a’=415 Hz

I made this instrument from genuine guaiac wood (Guaiacum officinale).
A very special oboe made of extremely rare wood.
Johann Joachim Quantz has already written about guaiac wood.
In the Baroque period, this wood was unimaginably expensive (in the past it was paid for with gold).
Guaiac is even harder than African blackwood and it has a very pleasant, permanent fragrance.
I have made only three such instruments in my life.
Solid Sterling silver keys.

Lifetime warranty

3000 USD (2870 Euro)