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Choosing the Tailpiece On a Stringed Instrument By: Nathan Weiss
The tailpiece anchors the strings on the bottom end of violins, violas and cellos. As the top of the strings are held in place by pegs in the peg box, ...
Standard Tunings for Violins, Violas and Cellos By: Nathan Weiss
For the practicing instrumentalist, tuning a violin, viola or cello is a daily task. Located in the peg box towards the end of the instrument, pegs are adjusted to tune the pitches of each individual string. ...
The Violin Bass Bar By: Nathan Weiss
Since 1953 the Benning family name has been synonymous with the old-world craft of making fine, master-crafted instruments. ...
Violinmaking: Measuring and Fitting the Neck Piece By: Nathan Weiss
When crafting fine violins, as opposed to cheap, mass-produced ones, placing the neck onto the violin body is the most complex procedure ...
Violinmaking: Carving the Scroll By: Nathan Weiss
The distinctive scroll found at the top of fine violins, violas and cellos is a purely decorative woodcarving that showcases the violinmaker's skill as a maker and craftsman. ...
Violinmaking: Designing the Sound Holes By: Nathan Weiss
The sound holes of stringed instruments such as fine cellos, violas and violins, also known as F-holes, are openings in the top plate. ...
Consigning Your Violin: What to Know By: Nathan Weiss
When you're looking to sell your fine violin (or a viola or cello), consignment to a notable violin shop may be the most lucrative option. ...
For Student Violins, Violas and Cellos, Proper Setup is Vital By: Nathan Weiss
It's prudent for the budding musician to begin with a student-model instrument. But progress can be stunted if the violin isn't properly setup by a professional. ...
A Brief History of Stringed Instrument Bow Making By: Nathan Weiss
The supporting role perception of the violinist's bow underestimates its importance. But a certain 18th century Frenchman changed everything. ...
An Examination of Carbon Fiber Bows By: Nathan Weiss
All stringed instrument players know the importance of a good bow. But how do carbon fiber bows stand up to Pernambuco, Brazilwood, fiberglass and composites? ...
Why Copying Your Favorite Guitarist Creates Bad Habits In Your Guitar Playing By: Tom Hess
Your guitar playing does not get better when you blindly copy what other great players are doing. In many cases, these guitarists use inefficient playing methods that would hold you back from improving. ...
Why You Need Ear Training Mastery To Become A Great Guitarist By: Tom Hess
It's easier to make progress on guitar when you have excellent ear training skills. This is probably for a different reason than what you're thinking of... ...
Viola, Cello and Violin Bows, Bow Bugs and Bad Hair Days By: Nathan Weiss
Tiny, bow hair-eating bugs really exist and they can wreak costly harm to violin, viola and cello bows. Save yourself aggravation and money by following these preventive steps. ...
Bow Rosin: How to Choose the Right Rosin for You By: Nathan Weiss
The friction created by rosin is essential for playing all bowed stringed instruments such as violins. But the choices of types and brands are varied and vast. ...
How To Get Better At Guitar Without Much Practice Time By: Tom Hess
You don't have to practice guitar for 6 hours a day to get good... Here are three ways to improve your playing while practicing with limited time: ...
Why Most Self-Taught Guitarists Do Not Become Excellent - Part 1 By: Tom Hess
Learning guitar by yourself makes it hard to know if you're using good practice habits or not. When you don't have them, making progress becomes very difficult and slow. ...
Student Instruments: When You Should Rent, and When You Should Buy By: Nathan Weiss
Studying a stringed instrument like a violin, viola or cello can be pricey. The decision to rent or buy largely depends on the student's age and commitment. ...
Violinmaking: Why Bosnian Maple Wood is King By: Nathan Weiss
Legendary violins are made of Bosnian wood grown hundreds of years ago. But can modern luthiers replicate what Stradivari had available to him? ...
The Study: Do Modern Violins Measure Up to Strads? By: Nathan Weiss
Double-blind tests in 2014 found newer violins have a preferred sound, shocking many. But it's music to the ears of violinists with smaller budgets. ...
How To Become A Better Guitar Teacher By Spending Less Time Creating Teaching Materials By: Tom Hess
Teaching guitar becomes easier and less stressful when you avoid spending extra (unpaid) time creating lesson materials for your students. ...
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