Old (English??) cello identification


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12 hours ago, jacobsaunders said:

If you keep your moronic comments to yourself too

Ooooo!  Sounds like somebody woke up too early, then stepped in cat poop.  :lol:

17 hours ago, Rickolls said:

You obviously know your stuff Jacob. But I must say I’m quite surprised at the hostility I’m receiving here. I was just making an honest post and looking for some helpful advice. I’m really unsure why that seems to annoy you so much?

Thanks anyway 

Rick 

Welcome to MN!  Ignore Jacob for the moment, he's just being slightly more curmudgeonly than usual. 

The cello looks like it mostly just needs a good setup, and new strings.   :)

 

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8 minutes ago, cellopera said:

Go get help before it’s too late... seriously!

I gave a factual answer to a concrete question about an instrument. I didn’t in the slightest way comment on any person. What the hell is “rude” about that?

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8 minutes ago, Bill Merkel said:

I can never get the sand right.  Some people say 2:1 and some say 1:1 but neither works for me.  I end up with crap that dissolves in rain

Try using other aggregates.  What slump are you aiming for?  :huh:

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7 minutes ago, Bill Merkel said:

About 9 - 10.  But any slump will do.

Stiff.  If you're doing a sidewalk or driveway, try cutting back on the sand, and using metakaolin.  You'll get something whitish and hard.  Aren't these diversions fun?  ;)  :lol:

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