What to Do When Your Instrument Doesn't Sound Right
How sound adjustment can impact tone and playability
You know your violin's moods and quirks—when it's at the top of its form and when it doesn't really feel like getting up, like a horse reluctant to leave the barn on a cold morning. And you also know when it's more than that, when it needs attention.
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