Val di fiemme rot-tanne

In the forests of Fiemme also grow rare plants abnormal” Red Fir - identifiable by a few lumberjack experts before cutting  - which provide a high-quality tonewood already used by Antonio Stradivari and other main ‘600 and700 master luthiers.
Due to its extraordinary mechanical and acoustic characteristics this wood it’s been studied and tested in our time by many universities and laboratories of researchers, resonance Red Fir  is still sought after and used for the construction of soundboards for stringed instruments such as organs, pianos, violins and others, playing in the world.
Of 12 thousand cubic meters of timber each year is extracted from the forest of Val di Fiemme, only a small amount, from 20 to 50 cubic meters, has the potential to become material for musical instruments, namely low specific weight, elasticity, stability, good workability and especially a high ratio between the transmission speed of ultrasound in the longitudinal and transverse, compared to fibers.
Not surprisingly, in the field of music it is customary to define the Val di Fiemme as the Violins Forest

13x6.5"

45° bearing edges • Dedicated snare bed • 22-strand dsdrum snare wire • Vintage Steel Hoops • Evans G1 Coated/Hazy 300 heads • Matte Black Solid Satin finish

14x5.5"

45° bearing edges • Dedicated snare bed • 22-strand dsdrum snare wire • Vintage Steel Hoops • Evans G1 Coated/Hazy 300 heads • Matte Black Solid Satin finish

14x6.5"

45° bearing edges • Dedicated snare bed • 32-strand dsdrum snare wire • Vintage Steel Hoops • Evans G1 Coated/Hazy 300 heads • Matte Black Solid Satin finish