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SUZUKI Stringed Instruments
Deutscher Vertrieb für Suzuki Mandolinen
German delivery for Suzuki mandolins
suzuki  mandoline  instrumente 
june 2015 by mandoisland
Doremi Musical Instruments
Suzuki Importeur in Deutschland
Doremi ist offizieller Importeur von Suzuki und Hering Musikinstrumenten für Deutschland und Österreich. Wir beliefern ausschließlich Groß- und Einzelhändler sowie registrierte Musiker. Um Preise im Shop zu sehen, ist eine Anmeldung erforderlich. Die durch die Registrierung gespeicherten Informationen dienen außschließlich der Geschäftsabwicklung mit Doremi und werden nicht an dritte weitergegeben.
suzuki  mandoline 
june 2015 by mandoisland
GAKKI.COM - 鈴木マンドリン、マンドラの販売~SUZUKI【ガッキコム】
Präsentation der Suzuki Mandolinen im Japanischen Shop www.gakki.com
presentation of Suzuki mandolins on the website of www.gakki.com
mandoline  suzuki  Japan  instrumente 
october 2013 by mandoisland
株式会社サウンドエナ - soundena ページ!
Musikinstrumentenfabrik in Ena
(Suzuki Nagoya) gegr. 1955
Marke SoundEna
Direktvertrieb der Instrumente über das Internet??

direct seller of the Suzuki mandolins under the brand Soundena
instrumentenbau  Mandoline  Japan  suzuki 
october 2013 by mandoisland
Suzuki Musical Instruments (Hamamatsu)
die andere Suzuki Musikinstrumentenfabrik (Hamamatsu)
The other Suzuki company in Japan located in Hamamatsu
suzuki 
february 2010 by mandoisland
Nagoya Suzuki Violin Company
Suzuki Guitar, or Suzuki Violin Company Nagoya (hereafter referred to as
Nagoya Suzuki), is from the Nagoya area of Japan.
There was one Suzuki company before the 2nd World War. After the war, a entity created by the US and allies called GHQ (for General Headquarters) dismantled some parts of 'Imperial' Japan and some companies were closed or restructured. In Suzuki's case, the company was separated into:
- the Suzuki Violin Company, changing to the Kiso Suzuki Violin Company and
- the Suzuki Violin Manufacturing Company came to be called the Nagoya Suzuki Violin Company.
Kiso Suzuki went bankrupt in 1987 and the machines and materials were sold to ESP.
Nagoya Suzuki stopped making guitars in 1989.

Their guitars have printed on the label 'est. 1887' but that date has more to do with their production of violins. The production of guitars seems to have started, like Kiso Suzuki Guitars, in the 1950's.
suzuki 
february 2010 by mandoisland
Suzuki Guitars
This is a blog dedicated to older Suzuki Guitars. Suzuki Guitars have been around since the 1950's and have attracted a growing interest by players and collectors alike. The company may be known by the generic label "Suzuki", but there are actually four different Japanese companies that have manufactured guitars under the name of Suzuki during the 50's to the present time - Kiso Suzuki, Nagoya Suzuki, M Suzuki (Manji Suzuki) and Suzuki (modern company) but Kiso and Nagoya have a common ancestry - maybe modern Suzuki too but I am not sure yet.

Kiso-Suzuki manufactured guitars in the region of Kiso-Fukushima, Nagano prefecture.

Nagoya Suzuki manufactured guitars in the region of Nagoya Japan. And they manufactured about the same number of models as Kiso, but with different numbers.
suzuki 
february 2010 by mandoisland
HOSCO Inc. - Suzuki Vertrieb in Japan
Suzuki Vertrieb
These mandolins are produced by Suzuki violin in Nagoya, Japan.
We supply mandolins, Mandola and Mandocello. Cases are sold separately.
mandoline  instrumentenbau  suzuki 
december 2009 by mandoisland
www.HESELSCHWERDT-MUSIK.de.
hatte früher auch Suzuki Mandolinen
mandoline  suzuki 
january 2007 by mandoisland

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