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I carved a new bridge for my acoustic so that bowing angles
are not very different between the two instruments. Correct tones
seem elusive on the D string and come out different when the note
sequence begins from the third finger or from the forth finger.
Audio for the electric is coming from a small 2 inch USB speaker, the kind with a speaker at each end of a short tube. Not HI FI
Sorry for the false starts with this posting
Is there a way for me to delete the failures?
Hi Ray, nice going!!!
I would suggest you bring your left elbow more under your fiddle so your left hand can reach the strings better.
For your right hand, try to keep your fingers flexed .. very hard to do I know, but you will see how gradually it will change your playing.
Then for intonation, I'd say play the scale first before playing the actual song. Twinkle is in D major so it means that you play an F#. Basically you will go GG F#F# EE D.
G and F# are close together. Hope this helps, keep up the nice work.
There's nothing better than a cold beer and the warm soothing sound of a violin.
But the bow i guess is too tight... Maybe i'm wrong but it seems that the arch is going to bend the opposit way If so, please, be careful - don't ruin the stick occasionally. Don't forget about the intonation. I'm not an expert, but it looks like something wrong with the key, You play in. Work on it and it'll be fine soon. Nice sound, btw!