I recently bought a Brand new violin, the maker told me to give it some time to settle in and to have a professional adjust the sound post in two months. By a year the violin's sound should come alive. Now my questions is this, is a violin really like an old wine, the older it gets the better it is?
I was thinking about all those great violins that are worth millions now. They were also new at a time and thats when the famous violinist played, they didnt tuck them away and in a year brought them back in.
So what do you all think?
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