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The Best of Trade Secrets 2 is a 120-page collection of lutherie techniques used by 29 of today’s top makers, published in The Strad over the past three years. It includes contributions by Guy Rabut, David Burgess and Francis Kuttner and makes an essential addition to any stringed instrument maker’s library.

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Weight 0.518 kg
Dimensions 29.5 x 21.5 cm
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