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So here we go for my next question to members of MN. Having copied some of the late period Del Gesus I noticed that all those I have copied have an unsymmetric top arching. All have the zone below the bass side f hole sunken in. (The worst being the Leduc) My first thought was of course that it came from the bass bar but later I questioned this idea because Del Gesus late period tops are pretty solid and second if the bass bar pulls in so much a bass bar crack would be inevitable. I am trying not to find an answer to why Del Gesu made it that way. I rather take the fact that an unsymmetric arching can function. Therefore: Is there any reason the arching must be symmetric? To avoid any misunderstandings right from the beginning: I am not thinking of anything exaggerated. What I mean with this is, if someone looks at it from 2 meters distance he/she wouldn't notice anything.