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Learning the Violin as an adult – it’s possible!

Join the forum discussion on this postSource: Learning the Violin as an adult – it’s possible! Meet ‘Damfino’ from the Fiddlerman Forum. She is 37 years old and lives in Cleveland, Ohio. Her journey as a fiddler started in July … Continue reading

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Toni’s Violin and Musical Journey – by Toni aka CoolPinkOne

As a child music was a big part of my life.  We always listened to music, always.  If we were not outside playing, we were inside with albums and records playing, dancing and singing. My sister was lucky to get … Continue reading

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How Violin Became Part of My Life – by Dennis Boring

About 5 years ago+ I was cruising YouTube and found this crazy guy that played violin on cross-over stuff… his name was David Garrett. I watched a show of his in Reno in December and then saw him play Over … Continue reading

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Fiddlerman 2016 Group Christmas Project – Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Join the forum discussion on this post Details from the completed project below: Please join us on our 2016 Fiddlerman Group Christmas Project. We will be playing, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”. The deadline for your submissions will be in Monday, … Continue reading

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Fiddlerman Group Project – Game Of Thrones

Please join us in our next Fieadlinedlerman Group Project. We will be playing the main theme from, “Game Of Thrones” by Ramin Djawadi The deadline for your submissions will be in November 1st, 2016 at which time I will begin mixing. Keep posted as the … Continue reading

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Keep Your Bow From Bouncing

Does your bow bounce when you don’t want it to? These 4 tips can help you achieve a smoother more desirable bowing technique. 1) Pulling the bow rather than pushing it – with flexible fingers. 2) Keeping the instrument a … Continue reading

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Yamaha Releases Exciting New Electric Violin

BRAVO Yamaha, Yamaha introduces their newest and most affordable electric violin at the NAMM show. We at Fiddlershop were very impressed with both what we saw and heard. Introducing the four string YEV104 and five string YEV105. These instruments are the … Continue reading

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Luthier Wanted

Fiddlershop and Holstein Violins in Fort Lauderdale Florida are looking for another full time luthier to join our team. Continue reading

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The Composition of a Bridge

Join the forum discussion on this postOne of the most vital components of a stringed instrument is its bridge. Most aspects of a bridge are modified to improve the overall sound production. The bridge is first shaped starting with the heels (feet) then thinned. … Continue reading

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Fiddlerman’s 2015 Group Christmas Project – War Is Over – Happy Christmas

Here is the result of this years Christmas Project and the details for the project below that. Please join us for the 2015 Fiddlerman Group Christmas Project We will be playing, “War is Over, Happy Christmas” The deadline for your submissions is … Continue reading

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