A modern and successful company
The facilities are equipped for the entire production technology cycle, from trunk cutting to wood storage, dryers, workshops for the manufacture and assembly of musical instruments, instrument finishing and their final equipment. . All workshops are held to meet environmental requirements, and their condition is continuously monitored, which also applies to surface treatment. All these aspects are a guarantee of the exceptional sound properties and quality of the instruments, based on traditional European craftsmanship.
The volume of production does not affect the quality of the instruments
Strunal's annual production is around 50,000 guitars of all shapes and sizes; more than 6,000 violins; nearly 1,000 violas; up to 2,000 cellos and the same number of double basses; 3,500 bows; more than 500 mandolins and banjos; cases, covers and other accessories. All instruments are manufactured in several versions, ranging from the cheaper instrument of study to concert models of higher quality. Customers will also appreciate the wide variety of sizes, ranging from life-size instruments to small sizes, from 7/8, 3/4, 1/2 and 1/4 to 1/8. The quality of these small instruments is just as high as that of large instruments, both in terms of sound and performance, allowing children to attend school as early as four years of age.
Strunal Is an Important Export
A significant portion of the company's production (approximately 90%) is destined for customers in other countries. Its most important export territories are the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Sweden, Spain, Mexico and Japan, and in recent years also Russia. Other markets include territories such as Iran, Oman, Lebanon and Sudan. Strunal exports its products to 52 countries worldwide.
References from renowned artists
Traditional craftsmanship of highly qualified specialists is the reason for the growing confidence in Czech musical instruments. The guitars made by the company are recommended to students by Professor Jiří Jirmal; his violins by concert virtuoso Jaroslav Svěcený. In addition to ordinary production, the company presents and offers the culmination of its program - masterpieces from the master craftsmen's workshops in Luby. These instruments are played by renowned Czech and foreign artists such as Jakub Třasák and Václav Hudeček.
High quality study violin 1/4 made entirely of solid wood. The instrument is made semi-artisanally, in the Czech Republic according to the tradition of almost 100 years of the mark STRUNAL Study violin 1/4 of semi-artisanal manufacture. Model 1559 Type: Stradivarius Top: solid spruce Eclisses and back: solid maple Fretboard and pegs: ebony Chinrest: Wittner
High quality violin made entirely of solid wood. The instrument is made in the Czech Republic according to the 300-year tradition of STRUNAL Study violin 3/4 of semi-artisanal manufacture. Model 1557 Type: Stradivarius Top: solid spruce Eclisses and back: solid maple Fretboard and pegs: ebony Chinrest: Wittner