Bassoon.com| FagotAtelier Maarten Vonk
The bassoon expert in The Netherlands
Years of experience
Annual repairs and maintenances
Produced and Sold
Dutch Leg Supports
This bassoon is sold by the second owner. who was my first teacher. It is built in 1930 and it still has its original varnish. sound and intonation are great. Very unique feature is the original A Bell and the accompanying keys on the bass joint.
So there the instrument has a B-flat bell and the A bell!
This Heckel is built in 1893 and is in a perfect condition. the standard pitch is 438 Hz. (with a short bocal you can play 440 Hz).
This is the perfect instrument for period instrument players who wants to play music from around the turn of the century
The keys are modernized (not very nice)
This bassoon is played by the solo bassoon of the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra in The Netherlands until his retirement. It is a proven very good bassoon. It has lots of rollers and is in a perfect condition! Complete new varnish and silver plated.
I am selling it from the first owner how got it in 1956. original varnish. it has a high d and a high e key. A great sound and intonation. A beauty to play while it sings by itself.
Very nice instrument from 1901.
Period instrument players watch out. This is nice.
Flat top and proper key system. with whisper key.
Schreiber stands for stability in sound and intonation. It comes with the Dutch Leg Support of Bassoon.com
Basic student model of Schreiber.
built in 19 1979.
Nickel plated keys
built in 1975. It comes with my leg support and 2 bocals
We sell all bassoons with our famous maximum guarantee:
1 year maintenance ánd after 1 year a solid check-up FOR FREE!
It is time for passing on my knowledge to the new generation.
I'll help allround repair (wo)men, or starting repair (wo)men, to get a better understanding with the special bassoon issues.
Mail me if you are interested at firstname.lastname@example.org