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Nut...
Finger Board
Sound Holes.
String Bar of the Tail Piece.
Tail Piece
Saddle
End Pin
Ribs
Varnish.
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Scroll
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Chin Rest
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Ribs
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Top Plate
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Wood selection and acoustics.
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Five Zones of the Neck
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Sound
Post
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Acoustical Relationships...
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Varnish Ground.
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Tuning Pegs
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Tail Gut
Ribs
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 Web Host: David Langsather {Violin Maker, Researcher.... Salem, Oregon, USA}
................"Some of the Mysteries of the Violin Re-Discovered....!"
 < Just click on your area of interest : ....>
..Book-Like Subject Index:
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Back Plate
Bass Bar (inside)
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Tap Tone Scale
Wood Tone Scale
Rub Tone Scale
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..Useful Tools.
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..Quips and Quotes from all over...

"..There is but a certain degree of perfection in everything... "

"..Mr. Shandy, my father, Sir, would see nothing in the light in which others placed it; --he placed things in his own light; ---he would weight nothing in the common scales; --no, he was too refined a researcher to lie open to so gross an imposition, ..." (page 150)

"..How, I (being very thin) think differently; and that so much of motion, is so much of life, and so much of joy ... and that to stand still, or get on but slowly, is death and the devil. ..." (page 510)

   ( these three from the book 'Tristam Shandy' by Laurence Sterne )

"...How do you expect to go forward if you do not take a step?" (the author)
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..This Violin is an acoustical phenomenom ...and I think, even today, people do not understand acoustics, ... so well. .....so acoustics is still a science we do not understand. One thing I have learned, with the violin, is that every millimeter, everything that you do to the bridge; If you shave a millimeter from the side of the bridge; the sound changes. If you take, a, have a little bit of wood from any part of the violin, the whole balance changes. So, um, it is incredible!
..Or even change this piece, or this piece... it is all balanced, and, very delicate, and so this is something that Stradivarius was; even a genius.
Quote from Joshua Bell in movie: "Stradivari: Search for Perfection" (2003) [at 23:35-24:35]