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I had to wait to see what my power bill would be before I decided just what I was going to order from FiddlerShop.com. The bill finally came in today.
It has been a colder than normal winter up here, and last month, the bill was a bit higher than expected, so I had to make sure this month's power bill was covered before I considered buying anything extra.
It turns out that I managed to save a bit more power this last month, so I had a little extra cash to spare. It was not a lot extra, but it was enough for an extra item.
Since I had a few extra bucks, I added a set of Fiddlerman strings to my order of two sets of Teller bridges (one set fitted, and the other set unfitted).
I am looking forward to trying those new strings and bridges. 🙂
Oops, make that one set of unfitted Teller bridges, one fitted Teller bridge, and the Fiddlerman strings.
I forgot that I was originally going to order two fitted Teller bridges, and that would have made it a set. Instead, I just ordered one fitted bridge, the set of three unfitted bridges, and the Fiddlerman strings.
That will do though.
Update: Now I see that is probably not a set of unfitted Teller bridges. The product page picture shows three unfitted Teller bridges, but the description seems to indicate that it is just one bridge being sold.
My bad. Should have read the description more closely rather than relying on the product page picture.
You are welcome. I know it was just a small order, but there will be more orders over the next months.
I will do a similar sized order next month. Then I save up for one of your violins. I will probably have to go for the Concert, but am trying for the Artist. Reality may get in the way of the Artist violin though.
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