your_piano_stud Posted June 28, 2005 Report Share Posted June 28, 2005 I took my bow for rehair yesterday. While the hair was being removed from the frog, there was a piece of paper in the mortise... It reads "on ne parle pas la bouche pleine". I think I know what that means but the French experts, please chime in! The hair on my bow, before the rehair, was very very full. And someone used some superglue to make the hair stay in place. The bowmaker had to remove some ebony when he was only aiming at removing the hair. So I certainly "couldn't speak with a mouthfull" because I was unhappy with the previous rehair, whom I have no clue that person is. Anyway, do rehair experts like to stick pieces of paper in the frog for the next person? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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