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..Five Zones of the Neck... How it all must work!
..I hate to be the bringer of difficult news.... BUT here it goes:
..Unless I am very wrong, the optimal acoustical violin will have these specific tuned frequency relationships. These are all TAP Tones measured as described elsewhere in this website (www.violinresearch.com).
..Yes it IS difficult to achieve this, but it is at least possible; and unless we have an actual goal (and a good guide) in mind, it will be almost impossible to arrive here by good intensions.
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..Frequencies (Tap Tones) are referenced to our 'Wood Reference Tap Tone Tool' that you can make.. Click here of on photo to go there...
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All at 198HZ
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At 213HZ
At 227HZ
At 242HZ
At 252HZ, and all around the heel as well.
..All these Tap Tones are the same all along both sides and middle of the outside scroll shapes.
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Neck under tap at 242HZ
Tap at Button: 188HZ
..Please see individual zones for details on how to make each of these adjustments...
(c) David Langsather 3/2018