Not as goot as either a Cremona or a strad, but by all means goot enough to serve your purpose.
"The strad," various articles and paragraphs in the series of this journal.
At the concert I played the strad and secured a big tone that filled the hall, as every one assured me.
One instance of a strad, once my own property, comes to my mind.
After he had finished he placed his "strad" in its case as usual, which he closed, without locking it.
Speaking of strad violins Furber said: “Rough, rough linings, but they look as if they grew together.”
Fifty thousand dollars has been asked for an unusually choice "strad."
About fifteen years ago there lived in the village of strad a peasant of the name of Anton Tangl, who is now dead.
Caressa, the best violin maker in Paris, made me an exact copy of my own strad, exact in every little detail.
"I usually play a 'strad,' but very often turn to my beautiful 'Guillami,'" said Mr. Brown when asked about his violins.