Ernst Heinrich Roth violins are steeped in tradition and known for their fantastic quality. The Ernst Heinrich Roth workshop was established in 1902 in Bubenreuth, Germany and has been passed down through the generations. The workshop is currently managed by Ernst Heinrich Roth III and his son Wilhelm Roth.
A key factor that sets Roth instruments apart, is the quality of aged European wood each instrument is made from, wood that has been collected throughout the rich history of the Ernst Heinrich Roth workshop.
In this video Myles demonstrates the #71 model Roth violin, which has just entered the Bows for Strings showroom. The #71 is part of the Classic Line, which is Ernst Heinrich Roth's highest line of violins, following on from the Master and Concert Lines.
To match the quality of the instrument, the #71 has been professionally set up with the highest quality French Despiau bridge and Pirastro's newest strings, Perpetual.
We hope you enjoy the sound of this beautiful instrument from Ernst Heinrich Roth.