When I cut a new bridge for Zoe’s cello, she’ll sound just like this….if we can find a church big enough.
Her old bridge curled up like bad paper in a rainstorm.
There’s a lot of tension on a cello bridge.
A $5.00 hunk of maple from China should fix that.
That …and some relatively sharp knives and a belt sander.
A real luthier would roll over in his grave if he heard me talking like that.
If I don’t do a good job though we aren’t really out anything.
Just a bunch of time and $5.00.
What’s worth more, anyway?
Time… or money?
Where are we going to find a church big enough to play this in?