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I used traditional violin dimensions, so it plays like a traditional violin :)
Sounds like quite an undertaking!Good luck!
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Thank you! I appreciate you saying so :)
Thank you :)
I haven't thought of selling it so I can't say for sure ... though I am rather proud of it ;)
Thank you - did it all in the living room :)"On it's own the steel violin does have a very unique sound. I was going for a "stanky" southern sound and though it is a little more muddled and muted than a traditional wooden violin, I think with a pickup and just a touch of distortion I might be able to get what I am looking for."
Perhaps in the future. I'm in the process of reinforcing the neck (my initial design for the neck mount was inadequate) and electrifying for amplification, so it may be some time before I'm able. Thank you for your comment :D
Thank you :)I'll have to see if I can't find the maker of that violin.I do intend to electrify it, but I haven't given much thought beyond that.
Nice! Thank you :)
On it's own the steel violin does have a very unique sound. I was going for a "stanky" southern sound and though it is a little more muddled and muted than a traditional wooden violin, I think with a pickup and just a touch of distortion I might be able to get what I am looking for :)
I appreciate the kind word :) (See my response to Infinitevortex for the explanation of the sound)
Thank you :) (See my response to Infinitevortex for the explanation of the sound)
Thank you for the kind words!
You are very generous, thank you :)
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