I recently acquired a gliga maestro. It sounds ok for it's intended purpose, which is a "campfire fiddle". It was made in 2001 and somehow got lost in he shuffle until now. It is brand new and unplayed. My question is, can it be expected to open up with playing or it is what it is? One violin maker refered to the sound as 'covered" but didn't give a clear answer to my question.
I would like to say that i'm new to the website but have been lurking for a long time. The generosity that everyone shows in sharing their experience and knowledge has always amazed and enlightened me.
Thank you very,very much.
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