The most covert secrets revealed for the first time since 1724…
How To Distinguish Between Fine Violins and Violin-Shaped Objects And Never Pay More Than It Is Worth. In Three Easy Steps.
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Potentially you have been looking for a violin, viola or cello of your dream for years.
Imagine yourself at a violin dealer’s shop. You see is violins and violas hanging behind the glass in antique chests, there are cellos standing on the stands.
There is a smell of varnish, rosin and wood in the air and you hear the sound of a violin being tuned in the room next door.
Finally you picked a few instruments and now you are potentially wondering.
Which will be THE ONE?
Maybe you even have those BIG questions in your mind: will the instrument you like always sound the way it sounds now?
Will it help you to become an even better musician?
Will it retain its value?
Is it what the seller say it is?
What if it stops sounding a few years later and you end up with a problematic instrument, unable to sell it and get the original amount back?
Does it really cost that much?
Probably you even heard a few horror stories. I've just heard one again last week… and I put it into the PDF, to save you from experiencing the same horror story…
Probably you already walked away empty handed a few times telling yourself, “I just need to think, I just need to try a few more instruments”… and as result you are still playing an instrument that simply holds you back.
If that’s you, this PDF is designed to help you to distinguish between fine violins and violin-shaped objects and never pay more than it is worth, and do so in three easy steps.
You will learn:
❶ The Acoustic Structure Of a Fine Violin As Known To Select Ancient Masters. Revealed for the first time since 1724.
❷ How To Use Social Proof And Reputation Of The Maker To Your Advantage.
❸ Price vs Cost vs Value: How To Avoid The Most Expensive Mistake So Many Musicians Make.
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p.s. If you are not a string player, no problem. Share it with your colleague who plays the violin, viola or cello. They will thank you for this.