The Strad Directory 2021

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Newly published for 2021, the latest edition of The Strad Directory is as indispensable as ever remaining an essential and ever-popular resource for the string world. It provides you with everything you need to fulfil your stringed instrument needs.

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Newly published for 2021, the latest edition of The Strad Directory is as indispensable as ever remaining an essential and ever-popular resource for the string world. It provides you with everything you need to fulfil your stringed instrument needs; from makers and repairers to dealers, wholesalers and auction houses. It even gives details of making schools, insurance providers, teaching organisations, publishers and all kinds of other string-related businesses from across the globe including businesses across North and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australasia.


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Weight .292 kg
Dimensions 26 x 17 cm
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