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Written by luthiers for luthiers, this third compilation of articles from The Strad’s popular Trade Secrets section brings together over 30 methods and parts of the making process, from casting an f-hole to antiquing. Tools, repair, set-up and bows are some of the many topics included in this volume, with John Dilworth, Joseph Curtin, Jan Špidlen and Francis Kuttner among the contributors.

With 120 pages full of clear, step-by-step instructions, this is another 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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