Yes, it is not the instrument, but the player who apparently makes a dead wood pump with life. However, Ted Brewer, a master artisan creating exquisite violins since 1993, is walking upright on the ashes of the dead wood that he burned long back just to trigger a new phenomenon.
The Vivo is his latest and most adorable creation carved out of advanced polymer, an ebony fingerboard and chin rest, Grover machine heads, and fine adjusters built into an aluminum tailpiece. The violin pours impeccable sound quality owing to its easy tuning ability and quality tomastic dominant strings.
Ted has deftly exploited the available technology using GE Plastics' Lexan Visualfx special effects resin for extra sheen and incorporating injection molding. In addition, the Vivo2 violin is embellished with a built-in sound-to-light feature that use two vertical banks of super-bright white LEDs that emit light in sync with the music. The Vivo2 violin, available in blue, violet, and clear, is truly in harmony with the rhythm of time.