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Carl Becker & Sons by solarnu on Flickr.A través de Flickr:  Historic Violin Repair Shop in Chicago.

Carl Becker & Sons by solarnu on Flickr.A través de Flickr: Historic Violin Repair Shop in Chicago.

Stradivari, 'Milanollo' 1728

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An Italian Violin probably by Hieronymus Amati, Cremona, circa 1700

An Italian Violin probably by Hieronymus Amati, Cremona, circa 1700 - Alain.

Treatment With Fungi Makes a Modern Violin Sound Like a Stradivarius. Bowed strings vibrate the bridge beneath them;the bridge moving against the violin's body bounces sound. Stradivarius best. Tree pathologist Francis Schwarze, apply fungi to a lesser violin...better! Works by thinning cell walls in Norway spruce/maple. Less weight means louder/more resonant tones.Fungi double the dampening function of the wood taking away too-high irritating sounds. AND can improve dulcumers & guitars.

Treatment with fungi makes a modern violin sound like a Stradivarius

Treatment of wood with fungi makes a modern violin sound like a Stradivarius

An elegant 2003 William Whedbee ‪#‎violin‬ is available for trial and purchase. ‪#‎violinmaker‬

An elegant 2003 William Whedbee ‪ is available for trial and purchase.

Beautiful violin spotted at the GV Concert Orchestra rehearsals

Beautiful violin spotted at the GV Concert Orchestra rehearsals

classic and electric violins

classic and electric violins

Giovanni Paolo Maggini violin, Brescia, c. 1632, previously owned by Brahm's close friend Joseph Joachim

Giovanni Paolo Maggini violin, Brescia, c. previously owned by Brahm's close friend Joseph Joachim

Antonio Stradivari: Violin (55.86a-c) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art Violin, 1693 Made by Antonio Stradivari (Italian, Cremona, Italy only one in existence that has been restored to its original Baroque form.

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