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We all know that back, ribs, neck of a violin should be made of the same wood, then if i can clearly see grains or flames or figures "whatever :D" on both back and ribs but not on the neck!! What could that tell us? And DO NECK WOOD AFFECT SOOUND QUALITY??? and thank you so much for your answers
Hello, I got some maple wood today. It has wood grains which are not parallel to the surface of the wood blank. Please give me advice on how to mach two blanks of maple for the back of my future violin. I made a quick drawing, the are two options of jointing, but what option would be better? Or maybe it's not SO important? Also I was wondering if it has any effect to the acoustical qualities of an instrument? I don't know if Cremonese makers always followed some kind of rules here?