How Are String Instruments Made?

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String instruments are made from string materials such as cotton wool or very thin wires. This strings are stretched and tied at both sides of a supporting frame which way take the shape of a violin or a guitar. The tightness of the strings vary the sounds produced by the instrument hence you should always leave an allowance to either tighten or loosen the strings.
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