I'm trying out a new violin right now which sounds absolutely divine on the D,A,& E strings but which has a scratchy and muffled sounding G, especially in the higher positions; is this common, I mean it's a really well made American violin; Robert Glier,so am actually very surprised at this; would trying a different G be a waste of time? I've never had a violin before where one string sounded awful and the tone of the others was to die for....Comments?
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