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    Cappa violin

    Just details.  I like the short corners and the way the purfling is quickly cut.  

    It is brutal.

    The back of the scroll is nice and clean.

    The arching is pinched, or "dorso di mulo".  The opposite of a classic Stradivari.  The result is a very stiff arching and a "thin" sound.  The soundpost is so hard to adjust because its ends are at a steep angle and they can only fit in a single spot.  

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      Violin is the need for the musical instrument. The older kind of violin also has its strength and place in the society. People rush towards its purchase. It’s some kind of big achievement for the people to have such violin in the home.

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