I have a question: Do good/reknown luthiers, specifically contemporary ones, make instruments that tend to be constant in the sound character? Is there something in common with
Brugess violins, MAtsuda violins, Kevin Scott violins, Sam Z violins...etc? if so, to what extent and do buyers target them for certain sounds (brilliant vs dark, cutting vs sweet..etc). Or does each luthier produce violins of varying qualities..perhaps to some extent fortui
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