Don Noon Posted March 19 Report Share Posted March 19 14 minutes ago, Michael Darnton said: If a cello wolfer on the afterlength is an example of this, again, I disagree. Cellos are a world apart from violins, which is my only experience with wolfs. Although the laws of physics apply to everything, I wouldn't assume that the details and conditions (and therefore the results) in a cello would be the same as in a violin. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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