Itzahk Perlman's Bridge Shape
I was watching some videos and realized his bridge doesn't have the same radius as his fingerboard, it appears to be almost flat and high above the G and D strings then slopes off into what looks like a standard radius over the A and E strings. Is this common among soloists or is it probably just his preference?
His bridge looks perfectly standard to me.
I have seen some bridges that are symmetrical, but I think what I'm referring to is more common than I first thought.
Violin bridges are lower on the E string side than on the G string side. Perlman's bridge is completely standard.
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