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The Stroh violin or Stroviol is a type of stringed musical instrument that is mechanically amplified by a metal resonator and horn attached to its body. The name ...

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The stroh violin is self-amplified variation on the classic violin design with a resonating metal body and horn. We've thoroughly sampled this fascinating ...

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Originally developed and patented by Johann Matthias Augustus Stroh at around 1900 ... This best model resonator violin combines the lightweight aluminum ...

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Jun 10, 2012 ... Chance encounter with Jeremy who was kind enough to give us a demonstration of this instrument. Posted with permission from Jeremy ...

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STROH. HORN-VIOLINS. Since 1899… For many years the violin related work of John Matthias Augustus Stroh, Sir Charles Algernon Parsons and others has ...

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The Stroh violin is a German instrument that was very common in the early 20th century. Instead of a sound body the Stroh violins have a resonator. Thus, the ...

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In this instrument, the Stroh patent for amplifying a vibrated string is adapted to the violin. Stroh invented many acoustical devices, and the concept of this patent  ...

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Back. This curious instrument is a Stroh violin, also known as a Strohviol. It was invented by John Mathias Stroh as a violin for use in recording. The acoustical ...