Top and neck is from a lefty-converted-to-righty converted fiddle bought from a fella about 1998. The sides and back are from a Czech fiddle found at the flea. I made a new bassbar for the top and also did some regraduation. The neck is attached with a flat-glued joint and a sheetrock screw. Not due to any skill on my part, just good luck, but I really like this fiddle's sound. It's fairly loud and dry & woody-sounding.
Thursday, August 28, 2008 @10:18:34 AM
Looks like you did a good job.
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