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Following the huge success of the first volume of The Best of Trade Secrets, the second appeared in 2012. Like the first, its 120 fully illustrated pages are filled with innovative and practical methods for all parts of the making process, including form and construction, necks, scrolls, fingerboards, varnish and even bow making. 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 0.618 kg
Dimensions 29.5 x 21.5 cm
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