Im in the look for youtube channels to subscribe myself to of professional violinists talking and playing about both the theorycal and practical sides of the violinist life. I love the way this young guys express and explain so well with so many examples and images.

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  • I'm a violinist -- never held a bass in my life -- but I still watch and get stuff out of Adam Neely's channel. A violin specific channel would only offer slightly more specific information, when a lot can already be cross-applied from the channels you've already mentioned. – General Nuisance Jun 4 '18 at 17:07

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