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I love violin, I love my Rudoulf Doetsch, lost my instructor, but working on my own.
That said, I do have a love for cello, too. I actually have a cello teacher, who, so far, is really good.
Google, please when I am searching for information on a cello, I do not want links for a violin. Why or why are you not as good as you were before? I think you need a time out. The corner for you until I say you can come out. Take that Bing or whatever with you, oh and don’t forget about that foxy feller. Different corners for you each and no talking.
Well, that felt good.
I hate when I am trying to look for something very specific. I guess there are ways to narrow things down, like using quotation marks, but I can never remember.
BTW...I've often wondered if My Google Home is listening. Sometimes, without any prompting on my part, it will play a quiet 3-4 note tone or whistling pattern.
The syntax I use is: - "Rudoulf Doetsch" cello. You type the double inverted commas. They mean literal search.
There is official Google syntax.
Here's a link https://ahrefs.com/blog/google.....operators/
Looks like they recommend "-violin" but if you do that, it won't find violin shops that sell cellos, e.g. if I type the following line: -
"Rudoulf Doetsch" cello -violin -violins
Thanks for that tip @Gordon Shumway
Thanks for the link Gordon. Like it said, things changed. I am old school. I have been really specific in searching in a while and was still the old fashioned way. The “-“ is something I never used, not sure if it was there in the beginning when computers were still in the stone age.
I did find something better than Google. Trying them. I discovered I did not like Rudoulf Doetsch cello. That was a surprise. Actually got the Jean Pierre Lupot. Love it.
I guess nothing replaces actually trying them, if at all possible. Sadly, most often that is not possible. Online stores, like yours, with good customer service and appreciation, make that much easier and more satisfying. As I have said, before we expanded the violin store distance, it was going to be Fiddlershop. You were so close! 😁