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Hello! From what I've heard, drying periods affect both sound and price. Kind of like the fermentation period for alcoholic beverages, a violin's sound will improve the longer the woods are dried. And because of this, a violin whose woods have been dried for 20 years will be exponentially more expensive than something that's been dried for 5.
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