Max Junger is the director of Pyramid Junger GmbH. He carries on the family tradition of string making in the 6th generation. Founded in 1850 as A. Osmanek Musikinstrumenten & Saitenfabrik, the company has its origins in Schönbach, which is today known as Luby, Czech Republic. After 1945, the property and factory were expropriated and Max’s grandfather prepared to re-establish the company in West Germany. Bubenreuth, the center of violin makers, was just the place for a successful new start. The early years after the war were challenging, but thanks to an extensive international clientele the company was able to thrive and produce a wide variety of strings and tuning pipes.
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