mood2000

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  1. https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0247/3799/files/sound_quality_glossary.pdf?1583
  2. here is the guy , who said "Dear Friends:
  3. Thomastik Dominant strings are the top rating & best selling particularly suitable for old/vintage violin Dominant strings "G,D,A" are the best for the violin except E isn't working as you need for "E" string you can tray one of two different brands : 1. Goldbrokat "E" 2. jargar strings "E" medium gauge ====================================================================== there are two interesting articles : 1. (Personal Review of Strings) by the violinist : Christian Vachon https://www.violinist.com/discussion/archive/6346/ ------------------------- 2. (Famous Violinist String Brand Choices) https://www.violin-strings.com/string_faq/famous-violinsts-string-brand-choices/ ========================================================================
  4. of course no one , i prefer to buy any modern or old "italian" instrument with certificate of authenticity from a reputable dealer only . or any master got a prize winner from italian competition of violin making , or a researcher with Scientific knowledge . would be more confidence to me instead of those mercenaries or who complaint from mania troubles .
  5. Heel https://www.acousticguitarforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=521796
  6. what i know the dark rosin is suitable for the "gut strings" . also "Pirastro" have different rosins for there each different string set (here is the link) : https://www.pirastro.com/public_pirastro/pages/en/Rosin/ by the way , in the book of "An Encyclopedia of the Violin" by : Alberto Bachmann , he mentioned something about the old rosin stuff , like they cook the pure rosin with some vinegar or so , and also mentioned something about gut strings some where else in the same book .
  7. dating Japanese violins : - Japan - A violin labeled : After WWII (1945 – 1952) , during the US occupation of Japan; items made for export were marked "Made in Occupied Japan" or perhaps "Occupied Japan" Labels with "Nippon" would be from (1891 – 1914) Labels with "Made in Nippon" would be from (1914 – 1921) Labels with "Made in Japan" would be from (1921 – present) Labels with "Occupied Japan" would be from (1945 – 1952)
  8. https://www.ebay.com/sch/Musical-Instruments-Gear/619/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=Ladislav+F.+Prokop&_sop=15
  9. https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/s-anzeige/antike-4-4-geige-ladislav-f-prokop-1933-geigenkasten-bogen/870962024-240-9299
  10. Liu Xi workshop / Yita music
  11. i'll choose all of them , (nice collection not so bad)
  12. my comment regarding to the topic means i'm answering the OP question So , if you have something to say about the bow would be better for you , rather to comment about my post
  13. Oh yeah , you are right my dear Jacob
  14. i know that my dear Martin , i'm one of his follower too , of course i respect him & appreciate him , but my previous post to the OP not to him