So, I 've been looking around, and have learned great deal of things about a violin on my quest for a violin.
Buying an available violin is the easier option than ordering one for myself only from a luthier. I understand that.
But I'm curious, If, if I have any chance to order one, what should I tell the luthier? I only have few ideas here such as: my prefer tone (warm/bright), size, model, string to be used, finishing...
Other than that, is there anything else people would add? Is it appropriate to give exact measurement to the luthier, say, arm length, finger lenght...etc to have one match my size perfectly.
We don't count money factors here, or the later obstacle that I only can use my customized violin and that may bring me difficult. I'd love to hear answers on the communication between a customer and a luthier only.
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