Perhaps…maybe…possibly…winter is over?  For many of us, that means firing up the lawnmowers, cleaning out the grills, and opening up the windows.  For cellists and bassists, it means we can finally start breathing and not worrying as much about low humidity, open seams, and cracks.  However, the wildly fluctuating temperatures and humidity levels that spring brings can cause our instruments to develop “head colds” – they might sound stuffy and/or feel sluggish.  Much of this is normal seasonal adjustment, but it doesn’t hurt to bring your instrument in for us to check the soundpost and bridge…and possibly make some adjustments to help optimize your instrument.  Feel free to call us to chat or just bring your instrument in!