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  1. Thank you. Glad that you like it. Duane
  2. I have encountered fake Dominants and fake Tonicas, both purchased from/through Amazon.
  3. Laminated: Huberman Strad Kreisler DG Rugeri 1686 Kochanski DG Milanollo Strad Alard DG P. Guarneri of Venice 1735 Unlaminated, rolled and in excellent condition: Rogeri Cello Bros Amaticello 1600 Stainer Tenor 1650 Saveuse Strad Cello 1726 $200+shipping for all
  4. I would consider outside or inside of the bridge foot dangerous, and perhaps too far back from the bridge as somewhat dangerous. If you don't know how to measure these things you should consider a visit to a luthier.
  5. Buy the violin, not the label!
  6. I didn't say that it was bad...
  7. One of these was listed earlier this week and sold quickly, and I realized that I had one, too!
  8. Copies of cert. photos from the Weishaar shop. Shown in pic is photos of an Amati viola. Weishaar, Bergonzi, Amati family, del Gesu, Becker, Strad, Guad, Montagnana, Mori Costa, da Salo, Maggini, Cappa, Spidlin $200+shipping for all.
  9. That looks American. No idea who made it.
  10. Someone in the Ficker Family? It would help to see the instrument. The stamp alone isn't very helpful.
  11. please pm me and we can complete to "deal"!
  12. In orig box with instructions. Seemingly not used...
  13. my friend Sai Gao had them made from his design.
  14. Some people are allergic/sensitive to chemicals and cooking them, others smart enough to let someone else hazard burning their house down, and some of us just want to work wood and build instruments. Let someone else make the varnish. p.s. he already knows how to make varnish...
  15. I remember asking the very same question about Craske and the book. I mean, with over 2,000 instruments made in his long lifetime, you would think him worthy of inclusion. I was told just what Dave said, the pics were just the instruments in the exhibition. I've got a nice Craske viola here right now, finished by the Hills, and see a small number of them regularly. Rough, fast, cool, and very useful tools of the musician's trade. I've never seen a cello, but would like to.
  16. Record #7 jointer with a Hock blade $150+shipping Record 09 1/2 $65+shipping
  17. Burgundy Resin... 0.6 lbs left in bag, $25+shipping
  18. 1.2 lbs, $20 plus shipping
  19. european. they came from David John Morse, that's all I know.
  20. I have a bunch of these from a maker's estate. all were split in the 80's $45 each +shipping I also have quite a few that have sap pockets and although the maker would use them and just patch them, I see them as being useful for blocks, linings, and bass bars. Those will be cheaper. Ask if interested.
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