J.S. Fisher Violins, LLC
Welcome to J.S. Fisher Violins, LLC! We are a small, family-owned and operated string shop, located on the web at www.fisherviolins.com. We offer a select inventory of professional quality bows, cases, strings, and accessories for bowed string instruments. We strive to present our products with informative, honest descriptions, and to maintain a website that is easy to navigate, simple to use, and absolutely secure.
We are proud to serve our local schools and teachers, in beautiful Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with superior instruments and a fair, affordable rental program. And, we provide our online customers with knowledgeable, friendly service by phone and email, as well as free shipping on all orders of over $50.00, convenient in-home bow trial program, string teacher discount, and fast, dependable delivery of every order. We look forward to serving you!
Mailing AddressOur mailing address is:
PO Box 434
Mount Joy, PA 17552-0434
However, please note that we do not have a brick & mortar shop or retail showroom. If you are a local customer inquiring about rental services, please call us at 800-372-4151, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To inquire about our products or to place an order, please make use of our secure, online shopping cart, or call us at 800-372-4151. We welcome your questions and would be happy to take your order by phone.
Our website and secure shopping cart are always open. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to call us anytime at 800-372-4151, or send your email to: email@example.com. If you happen to miss us when you call, please leave us a message. We are often able to return calls within just a few minutes. We return all calls and reply to all email inquiries within one business day. We look forward to hearing from you!
At J.S. Fisher Violins, we believe that as a business, and as individuals, we have a responsibility to give back to our environment more than we consume. To that end, we have committed to making every reasonable effort to reduce waste, to conserve energy, to reuse and recycle, and to minimize carbon emissions and other pollutants. Click here to learn more.