5 Ways To Improve Violin Tone
By adhering to the basic rules of bowing, rosining and replacing strings you’ll be able to develop richer, more beautiful melodies with fuller sound.
Repair that old instrument or get a new one?
So what to do? You have a broken instrument. It seems logical to just get it repaired right? Not necessarily. Many times, the repairs on some of these instruments can be much more time consuming and costly than just purchasing a new instrument. Be sure to get an accurate estimate and then add 25 % to that for any incidental things that might occur along the way in repairing the item. Then check what a new instrument would run. To check costs of new instrument TRY HERE. Happy shopping! The…
Rental Violin Crack Repair
Repairing 3 cracks in one of our rental violins. Left Pic – 2 cracks in the top, on the lower right side Right Pic – Small cleat super-glued to clamp. This cleat will be glued to the un…
Sharing Information & Inspiration for Stringed Instrument Makers
The Guild of American Luthiers is a nonprofit educational organization that facilitates learning about stringed musical instrument building and repair.
Mirecourt violin repair – gluing cracks
With spool clamps made the next job was to begin the process of gluing the cracks ready for the reinforcing cleats. First I had to mix up some fresh glue. Elsewhere I noted that I had converted an …
Tips, tricks, methods, take off violin top
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The Strad-Article on crack repair of violins
In this article published in The Strad Nov 2001 Andreas Hudelmayer explains in details a method for crack repair in violins, violas and cellos. crack clamps
Anton Schroetter Antique Violin Parts for Repair Display | Etsy
- salvaged from a violin repair shop - inside of violin is marked with "Anton Schroetter; Geigenhaumeister; Mittenwald/Bayern; MADE IN GERMANY" - body approximately 13.5" - neck approximately 9.5" - approximately 1.5" deep - can be used for display, repair, or various art projects (such as mixed media, collage, etc.) - includes one peg