You *can,* but it's a terrible, terrible idea. Don't do it!
Bridges are traditionally friction fit. There are several advantages to doing it that way, but I think the most salient one is that bridges don't last forever--they warp, crack or break eventually. When replacement time comes, if it's glued you won't be able to replace it without damaging your top, which is the last thing you want to do.
If the bridge fell off or is broken, take it in to a instrument repair store. Some music stores do repairs. Never glue the bridge to the violin. You could permanently damage your instrument to the point of not being able to play it ever again.
by stratocarter5 months ago
Is there any pitch difference between D-sharp and E-flat when you are playing on the violin?
by Janis Leslie Evans22 months ago
What musical instrument produces the most beautiful music to your ears?I prefer the sound of a classical piano or a romantic violin. Share your personal favorites.
by gis_r076 years ago
If you had the opportunity, what instrument would you learn and why?
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Why isn't the violin considered to be a valid rock instrument? Should it be?
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What violin brands (if it matters) are suitable for beginners?I'm planning to take up violin lessons (adult). So, I was thinking, are there any specific brands that a beginner like me should consider? Are there such...
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