Do violins improve with age?

A: We don’t have any definitive answer as to why the older that a violin is, the better it starts to play. In fact, it’s more complicated to pinpoint how much better a violin will play than it is to simply age it. Some studies have suggested that the aging of a viola may lead to a more powerful response, the same response that you get from a violin that has had its neck re-shaped, to an instrument that will sound clearer and more natural, to a more stable and stable sound.

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Q: Does a violin that age affect its quality?

A: Yes, that’s one of the big claims that are out there. The claims are usually based on instruments that have been in circulation for years, but the same sound or tone quality that you got from the early models should be very, very good, which would be the violin you are looking for.

Q: What is the sound of the “big band” violin vs. a “little band” version?

A: Generally, the big-band designs are the best in every respect. You get more freedom of moving the strings with bigger-diameter fingerboards and the more volume. The little-band models are generally less powerful and have fewer articulations. They tend to have less volume than the traditional big-band models. They tend to be cheaper and of slightly different designs. There are some differences in the size of the bridge, which are related to the balance of the instrument. For example, the bridge of the standard violin tends to be a bit larger on the big-band models than on the little-band models, but the same bridge on the big-band models and little-band models will be just the same width.

Q: Do other kinds of strings differ when strings are changed?

A: There isn’t really any significant difference in sound in terms of the overall power, tone, consistency and sustain.

Q: What does “dirt” sound like?

A: It’s interesting that people have this tendency to have an attachment to string tone and it’s very easy to get caught up in it. When you take a short tone, a big, harsh tone and then put it on a violin that has more volume, you get something that’s very similar, but you don’t really hear that one thing. You will think it is a clean tone and then you’ll hear it is dirt.

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