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  1. You might want to weigh it too before you decide to put money into it
  2. I use the upside down method and it is key to have the blade set perfectly. I have a wooden plane so it has to be set every time, twenty minutes or so to set the blade to my satisfaction and maybe five to finish the joint. Also testing edge on flat glass for rocking helps, you can be chasing your tail if you aren't sure which side is at fault.
  3. T2 used to attribute some of the instruments in the auctions but I suppose they ran into issues. They ignore the labels across the board now. Like Martin said, it's speculative auction and the prices (should?) reflect that.
  4. I wouldn't be surprised if he just bought the entire log and had it split. I don't think things are like today where there are warehouses with towers of stacked billets.
  5. Way too many variables. I use fresh glue swelling overnight, 4:1 and use it immediately after heating so no chance of it changing. I follow Davide's method of pouring a thick bead in the joint, not only prevents dry joint but the large amount of glue ensure the joint stays hot for a long period and minimizes evaporation.
  6. I don't know about 100 pounds but it seems pretty substantial. It's worked well enough for me so far.
  7. The false dichotomy of choices. If everything was my favorite color I would be sick of it quick. Also very likely to get in an accident at the stop-light.
  8. 220v is delivered to the house and there are sockets for it for things like a stove or dryer. But most of the wiring delivers only one leg of the circuit, so it's half the voltage. I don't know why historically this is.
  9. I found an intermediate priced bow playing through a pile of new Brazilian bows at the local dealer, taking home 3 of them for a week's trial. I am not very accomplished and the differences between the bows was quite apparent. I still love the bow I selected and it looks great.
  10. whatever Patricia Kopatchinskaja's Pressenda is
  11. Good thing he wasn't a fishmonger
  12. There are a few sellers of the lake on etsy, it might be interesting to compare. The second one is a little hard to parse exactly what it is. https://www.etsy.com/listing/907635138/fuchsia-dry-pigment-a-carmine-lake-non?ref=hp_rv-3 https://www.etsy.com/listing/650669551/carmine-red-pigment-ci-pr-571-free?ref=hp_rv-1
  13. Thanks, for sure I will just call in 'Guarneri Inspired'. The tenor is 45.0 button, 40.9 neck so it looks like ribs follow the 85% rule But arching is 21.4 front, 20.45 back so it looks like a different factor The belly thickness is really strange 3.8 in the c bouts and actually thicker in lower bout 4.2 The back is a little more what you would expect 6ish in c-bouts and 3 in the upper/lower bouts
  14. I am having same issue, I cannot click on any subforum index
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