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I was interested in ham radio in the 70s. Built a couple of valve sets and owned a couple of antiques. I passed the RAE in 1975, but never got proficient at hearing morse, so remained a listener only, then lost interest pretty quickly.

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@Retired -

Thank you for the photo! 

In the past I've owned many Great Danes, cats - including pedigreed Himalayans, a couple of Thoroughbred horses - one gelding off the track & a mare that never saw the track and other odds & ends. (lol)

Now, just 2 cats - lost a very good old Kitty just a year ago.

Here's a thread that got a little buried.  

https://fiddlerman.com/forum/o.....-april-11/

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Hi,

My friend David has his Morse licence Andrew but like most old things these days it's been taken over by modern technology.

You're most welcome Emily; my sister used to have a great dane and a horse but this over 40 years ago; Bron and I are animal lovers often preferring animals to people.  I'm sorry to learn of your old Kitty. Any animal becomes family; when we've had to have our cats put to sleep by the vet it's always been very upsetting and tearful for the both of us.

Thanks for the link to the thread which I've read through with interest.

I've just endured a very frustrating hour; a couple of days ago I received a letter from our surgery inviting me to book a flu jab which seems innocent enough; I've never had a flu jab but thought I'd be more responsible after all if I catch flu then I could pass it on to other people. The letter stated please contact the surgery or pharmacist to book an appointment.

I phoned the surgery and after ages of listening to options at the end I was then referred to the surgery website. I spent a while browsing the website and eventually selected econsult; nowhere on the site was flu jabs mentioned; I started to fill in details but eventually thought I won't live long enough so packed it in.

I then browsed the web and found another website for the same surgery this time with a "Contact" option so I've just filled this in stating I've tried phoning; I've tried their website; I'm not allowed to visit the surgery without appoint ment and I'm not a robot either; absolutely no offence meant but I'm frustrated trying to do this simple task where do I go from here please?

I visited the pharmacy this morning to collect a prescription it wasn't ready so this afternoon I've had problems trying to book a flu jab; why is my life so complicated; another virtually wasted day when I could have been happy in the workshop no trouble to anyone. Oh hum such is my life. Tomorrow will be much the same with another problem or two.

Kind regards, Colin.

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I think you can get the flu jab from the pharmacy, you can in our local tesco anyway, why dont you ask them next time you go in, you may drop on.

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Hi,

Thanks stringy; it's highly likely I can sort the flu jab out but what a total palaver this afternoon; the letter invitation I received stated please contact your GP or pharmacy to arrange the flu jab; I'm just pleased I wasn't feeling ill. Normally our GP and surgery staff are wonderful; Bron had her flu jab last Saturday morning but she was phoned from the surgery; I never expected the hassle I had and still without appointment.

I'm not complaining just frustrated having been instructed to do something but without back up; I think our NHS is brilliant and the envy of the world.

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Hi,

I visited the pharmacy again this morning to collect the prescription; just one lady behind the counter who told me the pharmasist wasn't there could I call back later; she then asked if it was for a prescription to which I replied yes and gave the name; she found the bag and checked our address but although she had the bag she couldn't hand it over.

Regarding asking at the pharmacy regarding a flu jab I didn't want to overload the pharmacy after all they can't even sort out the prescription; I've never known things to be as bad as this.

Still no reply to my online message regarding a flu jab.

Because of the school run I daren't drive up the lane past the school whilst mummy drops off the children who have no legs or feet or seldom use them; I once followed a Range Rover it having just dropped off a child at the school; it drove about 100 yards then pulled into a private cul de sac; my sister; two brothers and I walked to school in all weather we couldn't even afford bus fare but in those days we all lived in real poverty. The lane is steep and narrow making it highly dangerous during school run with wagons and buses often having to drive along the opposite footpath to pass the long row of parked cars; I'll visit the pharmacy again shortly before school  closes; what I used to take for granted is now a fight.

Kind regards, Colin.

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The flu jab is an oddity.

I had mine from my pharmacist in early September (2 heart attacks, so I'm priority).

But both my parents are still alive, and they are having difficulties - their surgery gets jealous if they go to the chemist and also there's a shortage and, although they just managed to get one at the last minute, the GP said that was the end of this winter's supply, and there wouldn't be any more!

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Hi,

Thanks Andrew for your reply; it appears I won't be having a flu jab the way things are going; adverts on TV telling everyone the importance of having a flu jab my surgery writing to me offering me a flu jab but I'm fed up of trying to make an appointment; I've not tried smoke signals though. Whoopee on the third attempt I collected the prescription this afternoon.

Will I make it into the workshop tomorrow?

Kind regards, Colin.

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Hi,

Last Wedsnesday I took my new Hidersine violin to a luthier for it to be checked over and correctly set up. The violin has only been used for practice so I was very surprised indeed when Geoff the luthier pointed to the G string saying it's worn out; WOW I've hardly played the D & G strings. A new set of higher quality strings are being fitted and the sound post etc adjusted if needed.

I collect the violin tomorrow morning which I'm eagerly looking forward to. I've also asked geoff if he can supply an orchestral quality second hand violin for around £1,000 for me to grow into rather than keep upgrading as I gain more experience; even with my little experience I knew there was simething wrong with the Hidersine it just sounded strange to me; the E and A strings sounded OK.

As usual I'm running to stand still trying to do everything at once.

Kind regards, Colin.

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This is a bit worrying @Retired . From whom did you buy the "new" Hidersine violin?

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Hi,

Many thanks for asking Andrew; I'm sorry but I don't think it right to name the company Bron bought the brand new Hidersine Vivente violin from on an open Internet forum. I don't have the skill or experience yet allowing me to judge; I can however state what the luthier told me.

In short my new violin was rubbish as it was delivered; the pegs weren't correctly installed being some way off going all the way through the holes; the pegs are now expertly fitted. The sound post and I quote had been rammed in well out of position. The button too needed work. The strings had been roughly fitted and what about the strings as supplied; right from the start I had trouble trying to play both the D & G strings; I thought this was due to my ignorance and at first struggling to reach these strings until I watched the Fiddlerman video showing how to get my elbow under but even then the D string really tormented me; I tried lots of ways bowing; light; medium and heavier but mostly the bow just skated causing me lots of frustration and not encouraging me to progress even though I practiced each evening;

The G string was bad in a different way; I could get notes from it but on open string it behaved like a trampoline bouncing out of control; I struggled with both these strings a great deal.

In desperation I bought D'Addario dark rosin replacing the Hidersine supplied rosin but still no success. I'd been watching many YouTube videos and even bought two electronic tuners a cheap one at around £6 through eBay and a much dearer D'Addario tuner taking lots of care setting the strings but still the D & G strings didn't shake hands with me. The honeymoon period with this new violin started to wear off.

Strangely I enjoyed playing the A & E strings without problems using the same bow same rosin and same tuner. I'm not throwing stones because as I say I don't have enough experience but having collected the violin this morning I reckon I got a "tea time" special with my Hidersine it being not set up at all just thrown together as new.

I've absolutely no problem in naming and highly recommending Geoff at; https://www.stringinstrumentre.....irs.co.uk/ in Ecclesfield (UK) only knowing Geoff through sorting this violin out for me. I think Geoff gave me back a totally different violin than the one I handed over to him last Wednesday; the difference now is truly amazing; my Hidersine has been turned on by Geoff who's has worked a miracle on it; it sounds totally different and boy it sure is louder; I've only briefly tested it but even picking it up from its case it wants to play before touching it with the bow; the transformation is outstanding and I can only praise Geoff for breathing life into it. I can now easily play both D & G strings so I'm keen to practice on these two strings the way I practiced so much on the A & E strings; my enthusiasm has fully returned.

Not only has Geoff successfully sorted out my violin he is going to shortly supply me with a more expensive violin; I'm unsure if he said it dates back to either 1860 or 1880; Geoff is going to check it over and fully set it up for me then email me when it's ready for collection. What a lovely Christmas present this will be from my wonderful wife Bron.

One really big difference now with the Hidersine is that I thought I needed an amplifier to hear it well; now I think I'll need ear muffs.

The Hidersine Vivente is basically a good violin but wasn't set up at all when I received it; I'm very much still a novice but I'd have to be deaf not to notice the difference now. Well done Geoff; when I need components for the violin I'm hoping to make over winter you've gained a loyal customer.

My thoughts at the moment as a novice but having gone through my intial learning curve; for a raw novice is it better to buy a brand new cheap (£165) violin then immediately have it set up by a luthier knowing it's at its very best or spending say £250 for a dearer student violin and even at this higher price it might still need setting up by a luthier to get the best out of it. Obviously not everyone has unlimited funds but how many novices would never touch another violin having gone through what I've gone through over the last couple of months and could this be partly the reason why eBay and Gumtree have so many violins posted for sale?

I've rambled on enough but thought it worth adding my story so far; I'm now delighted with my Hidersine and also delighted to have such a top luthier in Geoff only 19 miles distant from us.

Kind regards, Colin.

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Great to hear you're happy with the set up of your violin Colin. Yes, if your ears aren't ringing after you play it hard, it needs a set up! lol

A classic example of how important a good set up is on any violin, from the cheapest on ebay to a million pound Strad.

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Yes, basically, music shops are where you buy cables and keyboards and music stands and triangles, but not violins!

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Hi,

Thanks @Jim Dunleavy; the difference now to how the violin supplied new is truly amazing; it even sings to me as I lift it out of its case; it's also nice to have four strings that have made friends with me; before Geoff worked the miracle I had a two string violin. I now need to practice a lot but I'm having lots of trouble making time.

Thanks Andrew; I found out the hard way how to buy a violin; Bron generously paid £165 for this Hidersine Vivente after we'd watched a number of YouTube videos showing a Vivente being played but the ones shown obviously not thrown together as my Vivente was.

I can't seem to do what I want to do there are always problems cropping up. Two evenings ago my emails died and I finally got them back up after jumping through hoops with Virgin Media at 10pm; the following day I then spent lots of time catching up on mail.

This morning I was at Morrison's supermarket by 7 o'clock thinking great I can get into the workshop at last. Having a look at my mail there was a message from a member of another fiorum I'm a member of requesting my help. I have a rare copy of a German Aumann coil winding manual but this is in PDF running to 92 pages; yes I like complicated things in my life; anyway I spent a while locating the file and I sent a message back asking for his email address which he quickly sent; I've spent over an hour in frustration trying to send the PDF file to him but it loves me so much it wants to remain home with me so not to give up I've now taken the time and trouble to copy the PDF to CD and I've sent another email asking for his home address; I'll do it the hard way and he's welcome to the manual with my compliments; if I receive his address then it's a car journey to the post office.

I've appreciated lots of members help through a number of forums including this excellent forum and I'll never ignore a plea for help even if it involves hassle and some expense; it makes for a better world.

It looks like I might get wet too if I have to visit the post office; I've just switched on the desk lamp in order to see the keyboard at 11:38am; life is a challenge; I might get into the workshop over the weekend but no doubt something will be more pressing. I'm never bored.

Kind regards, Colin.

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 Bron generously paid £165 for this Hidersine Vivente  

That was probably a bargain, though - my Stentor was £330 set up.

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Hi,

Thanks Andrew; even with paying Geoff to set up the Hidersine it works out considerably less than your Stentor; I admit I was becoming increasingly disappointed with the Hidersine the more I practiced with it and getting nowhere other than being more frustrated; now Geoff's set it up though it's wonderful. I've just enjoyed a practice session and am becoming increasingly serious about learning to play. I still can't get over the difference now its set up correctly.

Whilst browsing eBay and Gumtree I couldn't help but notice just how many Stentor violins are up for sale; is this because they are so popular or novices are buying them and have difficulty playing as I experienced getting fed up and selling them without realizing having them set up correctly will transform them into a thing of pleasure; I'm just too thick and stubborn to quit.

One thing I did immediately having brought the violin home was to check the D'Addario electronic tuner making a note of each string then I can check; at the moment I can't tell if the violin is out of tune but now at least I can reset if necessary against the tuner until I gain more experience; I'm trying anything which I think might help me.

It's now a real pleasure than a real pain as I practice; I'm making a point of practicing every evening for about half an hour after tea; any longer and my left arn starts to ache but it's not aching as much now as when I first started practicing; I think I'm just getting used to using muscles differently and once I start to ache I leave it alone; I'm in no hurry but now I'm making progress at last.

What a day; at 3 o'clock this afternoon I received a thank you from the forum member who at last had a copy of the PDF manual so he is delighted and it cost him nothing.  It was just another unwanted learning curve for me; had my email sent the PDF it would have been a quick easy job but not with my luck hence I was trying my best to help from early this morning until mid afternoon so another day disappears and without workshop time; it's cold; wet and windy outside and snow is possible; will I get into the workshop tomorrow; I'm not holding my breath but if not I've now got a lovely studio to practice violin playing in.

Kind regards, Colin.

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Whilst browsing eBay and Gumtree I couldn't help but notice just how many Stentor violins are up for sale; is this because they are so popular or novices are buying them and have difficulty playing as I experienced getting fed up and selling them without realizing having them set up correctly will transform them into a thing of pleasure; I'm just too thick and stubborn to quit. 

The violin is the hardest instrument, so probably many just give up. Also the Stentor is too easily available on Amazon and EBay, so there are probably lots of hopelessly set up ones out there compounding the problem. Stentor seem to me to do too many different models within too narrow a price range, and my advice would be to buy the best, but many people probably go too cheap. Of course, if you can find a French pre WWI Stentor,...lol! https://violininformation.webs.....uments.htm

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Hi,

Many thanks Andrew for your reply and link. Much appreciated.

Being a raw novice but interested in owning a violin when Bron kindly offered to buy me a violin I thought I'd avoid the cheap brand new £30 violins sold through eBay hence thought as a starter paying £165 for a brand new Hidersine Vivente would be a safer bet especially having seen videos of these Viventes being played on YouTube.

What a shame in my ignorance I didn't think of joining a stringed instrument forum first before jumping in; I had actually browsed the web for forums in the UK but they didn't seem right for me being way above my head; After buying the violin I then browsed the web again for forums and noticed this "Fiddlerman" forum which looked exactly right for me so I'm delighted I jumped in and joined even though I'm in the UK.

I'm still very much a violin novice but during the last two months I've already learned so much and can even play scales on my two violins possibly not correctly but using all four fingers I can distinguish each note; unfortunately I thought I was absolute rubbish because I could only get sense out of the A & E strings the D&G strings didn't want to know; I put this down to my ignorance and although I tried my hardest to play these two wayward strings all I managed was a sore aching left arm; yes I'd watched Fiddlerman's excellent tutorial showing how to get my elbow under giving better access to to the D & G strings which worked but I still suffered no end of frustration.

I browsed the web and found of all the stringed instruments just my luck to select the hardest of all to learn it being a violin with the French Horn the most difficult of the wind intruments to learn.

My life gets dafter; I've just answered the phone to be briefly informed I've been removed from this conference? Your guess is as good as mine.

Looking at all the violins for sale through eBay & Gumtree I was amazed by the sheer numbers available mostly at very low prices; the second hand Rainbow violin I bought was initially posted on Gumtree at £30 and I was dithering but the morning after it was now posted at £10. This Rainbow violin needed new strings so again in my ignorance I bought a full set of Hidersine strings through eBay at £20 delivered, yes I've now realized these new strings are just as bad as the strings supplied on my brand new Hidersine violin; I live and learn though and once I start a project I don't quit until I succeed so here I am still battling on but every day gaining more experience and knowledge of violins.

I'm pleased my violins are proving so hard to get used to and to play otherwise I'd quickly become bored; my Hidersine now after Geoff gave it the kiss of life I find delightful and I can now play all four strings with more confidence; at the moment it might be considered that I'm simply messing around but what I'm doing is not to try playing a tune but to spend lots of time just getting used to using the bow and the fingers and thumb on my left hand; it's highly interesting and in our new studio I can play in peace in warmth and with top class LED lighting.

Like so many violin novices I got off to a bad start and put all the problems encountered down to myself after all a poor workman/woman blames the tools; Geoff sure opened my eyes and now I've got a luthier in Geoff whom I respect and trust.

I didn't make it into the workshop after all this morning; in the early hours of this morning I visited the bathroom and thought there was siomeone in our rear extenision; this proved to be heavy very wet snow dropping from the oak tree onto the roof. Getting up this morning Bron told me there had been a terrific storm during the night with two massive claps of thunder and ligtning which lit up the bedroom also with up to 100mph wind up the valley; what storm I never heard a thing but when I got up I saw the results; I was out before breakfast clearing wet slushy snow from our patio it being highly dangerous and so slippery I was worried about Bron taking a nasty tumble; it's so cold and miserable do I want to venture into the workshop in such an environment; my violin making project is going to be a pleasure not a punishment so I'll wait until our dire climate improves a bit in the meantime it gives me the chance to practice playing the violin more so I'm still happy.

I believe new Covid daily cases here in the UK have topped 50,000 but I'm still visiting places like supermarkets and our local petriol station where business is as normal with just me wearing face covering and gloves; with winter now upon us accidents and flu will take up the remaining hospital beds whilst so many await operations; how long before restrictions are applied. No way will I even consider violin lessons the risk of Covid is too great and once again Covid is spreading.

Kind regards, Colin.

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Hi,

Winter is here and it's snowing again so for a change I spent this morning trying to set up recording on my computer; I wanted to record my violin practicing to listen to how it actually sounds when recorded and played back.

I tried using "Audacity" but it proved too compliated taking ages playing around with it so I browsed the web and found "Win10" has it's own recording program so I kicked this around for quite a while; I've got a very cheap eBay microphone and learned how to set this up allowing playing through the computer speakers; at first I just made noises into the microphone until I got it all working.

Unfortunately I can only use this microphone via a USB connection so had the microphone on my desk in front of the monitor; playing the violin was a problem because space is tight; it's fine seated at the keyboard with the CH radiator closely to my back but not easy to use the bow whilst still being near the microphone and I was only doing a first test run so didn't even use the shoulder rest just balancing the violin on my shoulder. Not perfect but a good start and I was pleased with the results; Geoff has done a lovely job in setting my violin up and as still much a raw novice I've so much to learn all at once but I've improved since picking up a violin only a few weeks ago for the very first time.

Everything I'm trying to do is taking a lot of time; I'd never even used a microphone so something like this which possibly is so simple to others was just another learning curve. I'd previously used Audacity and could just hear the playback but this morning couldn't make sense of Audacity; "Win10" is easier but without all the frills; I set volume recording very near maximum but on playback the volume is quite low although I'm sure now I have the recording I can learn how to boost it but with yet another learning curve involved; I'm getting there though and I don't know the procedure for adding this test practice recording onto the forum; I've sent it to friends by email but even this meant learning how to compress the file and as yet not received replies.

I'm enjoying myself having lots of fun learning so much all the time.

Kind regards, Colin.

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