Good day to all you violinists out there. I have been playing for about 3 years and i own a beautiful Gliga GAMA violin. The sound of this violin was great when I bought it and it got better and better as the years went by. I changed my strings myself every six month with no issues. However, last month while restringing my violin, I chipped the leg of my bridge. I took the violin to a luthier and he said it needs a new bridge. After he put the new bridge in, the beautiful sound of the violin is muffled and it lost its resonounce, I also developed difficulty with intonation. I took it back to the luthier 2 times and he made adjustments with no significant changes to the sound. Is it the luthier fault? Can anything be done to bring back the sound?
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