Friday, August 21, 2009 @11:01:56 AM
What made you buy a new fiddle? What was wrong with the other one?
Friday, August 21, 2009 @6:33:16 PM
Let me be the first to say to satriana, Silly girl!!! It's nice to have multiple fiddles so that: 1) you are never without one if one is in the shop; 2) you can keep one or more in an alternate tuning (really handy for old-time fiddlers); 3) you can experiment with different strings without leaving yourself at a disadvantage; 4) you can leave one lying around with one or two mutes attached for late night practicing; 5) use the quiet, mellow one for recording and the loud and proud one for jamming; 6) one might be set up with a contact microphone for stage or studio work; 7) you can be a smug fiddle dweeb.
Friday, August 21, 2009 @7:17:28 PM
Every fiddler needs a second fiddle. And a third. And a fourth. And a . . .
I have a feeling this one is gonna be a fair bit louder than your original fiddle. Especially after pro setup and playing it in. And I see some rosin on the strings already. :-)
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