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In my quest for my left handed (LH) Violin, I came across many people who said, including music store employees, that there was no such thing, as a LH Violin, or that they just changed the strings around to make it Left handed.
Sorry, I just can't believe that. Fiddlerman sells the LH Cecilio.
As some of you know, in my first introduction post, I have trouble with my left hand, and I made an adaptive glove to help me hold the bow. Which BTW seems to be working with much practice on my part.
My question? What makes a LH Violin, do you reverse the strings, the nut, the bridge and reposition the sound post to the other side. What am I missing? Any and all input would be appreciated. Thanks.
I didn't know about the bass-bar, and even the fingerboard being more concave.
So I didn't have all the answers, and that's why I asked, I'm trying to learn as much as I can about the violin. There are so many knowledgeable people with such a wealth of information on this forum, it's very eye opening for me to be able to learn so much.