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    New forum

    Looks good to me!
  2. Welcome back Craig! It hasn't been the same without you. Glad to hear you're doing well. Hope to hear a lot more from you.
  3. quote: Originally posted by: COB3 Second the motion for Lynn Hannings...or if you write to Craig Tucker, in Roswell, NM, he has a tutorial he wrote that is pretty fair, too. But Lynn is suberb. Chet I have Craig's tutorial and he also has a DVD that's good. He will also answer any questions you have. He used to post here but hasn't been on for a while, but he would be a great resource.
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    CTviolin

    I have talked to Craig on the phone also. He is more that willing to share any information that he has. He has helped me tremendously with bow rehairing. He is also my favorite poster. I wish you a speedy recovery Craig!
  5. Thanks for the advice Melvin and Ken, and I also forgot to mention I made a new soundpost for it and have tried different positions. I will try both of these suggestions.
  6. I am working on a violin and am having a persistent problem that everything that I try to do to correct it doesn't seem to work. It is a no label fairly cheap instrument. The G and D strings are loud and deep. The E string is pretty normal. My problem is the A string on the B note. It seems like that note is extremely muted. I have tried several brands of strings, thinned the bridge top, kidney, thickness, checked for open seams or cracks, changed the string afterlength all to no avail. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
  7. That's one reason I decided to grow a beard...trying to shave with a straight razor some 40 years ago.
  8. International Violin has some. http://www.internationalviolin....aspx?CategoryCode=180
  9. Dan, Let me know how it works on your bifocals, I have scratches on mine too.
  10. Matt, you're getting to be an expert pretty quick! Great lookin ff holes
  11. Then after you glue it you could build it up re-varnish it and nobody would know.
  12. quote: Originally posted by: colledge Matt, I beilieve anything that Howard Core sells at a "Net" price, they will sell to anyone. It's only cases, strings, finished instruments, etc. that you must be a dealer. Sean To become a dealer all you have to do is give them your tax id.
  13. I got a very nice one from dov music. I didn't rebar it but did regraduate it. It sounded very nice when finished. http://www.dov-music.com/proddetail.asp?prod=1242
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