have had this fiddle for almost twenty years. It was made in the
1930's or 40's. I got it from a fiddler in East Texas. The sound
is bright with medium volume. The bridge is flat and low. This
makes it easy to finger, make string crossings and play double
stops. It does require good bow control in order to only
sound one string though. I played this fiddle for many years, but now it
just sits. Time for it to move on to someone who will play
Some of the pegs are real
tight and will require some work. But, other wise there are no
major flaws other than a few light scratches here an there.
The case is old but in
good shape and there is no bow.