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  1. Looks more like a torture device than a case.
  2. Stick it in another fiddle to upgrade it to a Strad composite.
  3. With Hill cert: https://t2-auctions.com/auctions/lot/?csid=2199175168&cpid=3609952256&filter_key=
  4. http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O58890/violin-agutter-ralph/
  5. The soundness of the methodology isn't really relevant to my point. The research results as reported do not support the conclusion in the NPR article. As a matter of disclosure, I have no opinion in the underlying debate.
  6. Doesn't NPR's report of the research results contradict the conclusion that differences are not discernible? If three instruments were selected entirely at random from the six provided, without respect to order, there are twenty possible combinations, only one of which includes all three Italian masters. The probability of one person correctly selecting all three is therefore only .05, but 3 of the 10 participants who attempted to identify all three italians did so correctly (7 of the 17 opted out). Am I missing something or is NPR? (I may be!)
  7. http://tarisio.com/pages/auction/auction_i...sCategory_ID=33
  8. You might consider an embosser. (Google Product Search) (Amazon)
  9. aarjoh

    viola da spalla

    I am sure the American Chiropractic Association would sponsor any effort to bring this instrument back into the mainstream.
  10. Yes, I think to take advantage of the Native Alaskan exemption the whalebone wrapping would actually have to be done by a Native Alaskan.