How to Keep Your Violin, Viola, Cello and Bow in Top Playing Condition > Ifshin Violins. By Richard Ward A fine stringed instrument is designed to last for hundreds of years.
There are a number of fine violins, violas and cellos that were made in the early 1600's that are still in daily use by professional musicians. At the same time, some instruments and bows have a relatively short life span because of carelessness and neglect on the part of their owners. Of the estimated 1,200 instruments made by Antonio Stradivari, only about 600 are still in existence. To keep your investment in the best possible condition, we have put together this guide to assist you in maintaining your instrument and bow.
Cleanliness Always wipe off your violin and the strings with a soft, clean lint free cloth after each practice session. Protection From Damage The only place for your violin, viola, cello or bow when you are not playing is in a closed case. The varnish on your instrument does a great deal more than add beauty to the bare white wood. The Bridge Pegs.
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