First Ten Testers Needed for Newly Invented Violin Sound Improvement Device

July 7, 2020, 9:17 AM · First ten violinists to apply are needed to test and offer opinions of a newly invented, temporary mechanical amplifying and sound quality enhancing heavy paper attachment to violins called, "Violin Rescuer". This is an unpaid position but the tester may keep the device in return for his or her honest opinions in an email. "Violin Rescuer" is expected to retail at $25 USD. A complete description and how it works are described on our website. CAUTION: A small amount of removable "3M Painters Masking Tape" attaches a tab of "Violin Rescuer" to the top edge of the violin outside of the left sound opening, and a retrieval thread is attached to retrieve the device if it accidentally falls into the violin. Frank Geiger, MSME

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