Stringed instruments can last centuries—but tend to have better odds of doing so if properly cared for. Clearly, if you’ve made the investment in a quality instrument, you want to maintain it. But perhaps you’re not entirely sure how or have a few questions. Not to worry: Strings is here for you.
This month, we’ll be posting articles that will help you handle the most common instrument-care questions and concerns, from basic care to what to do about wolf tones. The good new is that, with just a little conscientious attention, you can insure your instrument’s good health and longevity.
Wishing you could find this kind of wisdom in one handy place? Try Strings‘ very own Violin Owner’s Manual.
—Megan Westberg, editor