My flat fiddle, Anders. He was rebuilt in Wisconsin in 1929, and that's about all I know about him. He's had a lot of adventures though, and I sure wish I knew his story!
Tuesday, February 9, 2010 @1:46:28 PM
It sure looks like an oldie from Germany, or maybe from Scandinavia.
I bet, theres a large rich tone in it. Has someone "Mirrored" inside of this fiddle for any sign of the builder?
Few cracks on the top, are most certain " drying out cracks" just giving more authentic looks for it.
A Treasure it is.
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