mood2000

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  1. What's the Name of Your Violin?

    also the modeled by the family's name too ( by profile shape of the generations masters ) such as : ( Klotz , Vuillaume , ... ) or model by the Firm or by brands names ( Scherl & Roth , W. E. Hill , Lyon & Healy , etc. ... ) by the way there is some modern trade names or factory made too such as ( Cecilio "Mendini" , Stentor , Cremona , Scott Cao , etc. .... ) So , you can lable your violin by the ( model , your name , new brand-name , name of the shop , ...... )
  2. What's the Name of Your Violin?

    as usual they labeled by the year of made , by model , or by the owner's name for example : Stradivari : ( Hellier , Soil , Red Mendelssohn , messiah & etc. ... ) Guarneri : ( Lord Wilton , Kreisler , il Cannon & etc. ... )
  3. Germany or French

  4. Violin for identification

    it's difficult to tell with these pictures , where we can't see very well in somewhere . i think this violin had some changes in somehow . i don't know if the heel is repaired (the picture is not clear enough )? the scroll is original or changed with a different scroll ? the pattern of the violin looked like Klotz school as well as the f-holes too (maybe) ? so if you can attach some clear closeup photos without shadow would be better .
  5. Varnish

  6. Varnish

  7. String recommendations

    http://www.violinist.com/discussion/archive/6346/ https://www.violin-strings.com/famous-violinist-string-brands.php good luck
  8. Violin lost its voice...

    i agree with .
  9. Violin lost its voice...

    i hope so
  10. Violin lost its voice...

    Anne-Sophie Mutter performs on the ‘Lord Dunn-Raven violin ’ Stradivarius 1710 , using "Dampit humidifier"
  11. Violin lost its voice...

    i think that could happen because the violin is too dry ( below the humidity level ) , so that it cause some lose or open seem in some where in the internal parts , such as ; ( corner block , upper/lower block , linings ) so i suggest to inspect the internal parts by a luthier , then use a violin cleaner & polish , also you have to use a "Dampit Humidifier" if it's too dry , as well as new setup with a new ( bridge , soundpost , pegs , tailpiece ) and new set of Dominant strings because it's a suitable for the old violins with a Jargar Forte for the E string . means you need a complete (overhauling) if your violin deserve what it's worth .
  12. Dovetail neck attachment

    probably this violin made by a Lute/Oud or guitar maker .
  13. hello guys , have any one tried this soundpost ? Hamberger Soundpost - Installation Instructions ============================================================================== Hamberger Soundpost - Removal Instructions