mcarufe Posted August 11, 2005 Report Share Posted August 11, 2005 Oded, I was talking about the typical distortion on the iner margin of treble f that typically leaves them a little higher than it was intended to be. Major bulges and cavities are way past the point I thought this topic was discussing. I have used this approach and believe it can be done over long periods. The only problem is that the problem is corrected in a time period that does not bear fruit immediatly. It sounds not balanced at first but in a period of days improves gradually. Fractional tension is bearly measureable in terms of the sound post differece in length. I very well might be out of the box on this one more opinions are welcome. Mike Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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