Replacement Materials for Violins and Bows

The good news is that most are environmentally correct

In the last issue, we looked at lutherie materials that have become endangered and, in some cases, illegal. In this issue, we turn to the natural and manufactured replacements violin and bow makers have begun using—replacements that, in most cases, have not greatly affected the price of their products.

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