Violin Maker Hand Salary in Delaware, United States
The average pay for a Violin Maker Hand is $27,813 a year and $13 an hour in Delaware, United States.
The average salary range for a Violin Maker Hand is between $21,815 and $32,595.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Delaware, United States.
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Constructs bowed musical instruments, such as violins, cellos, and violas, using handtools: selects wood according to type, grain, and seasoning.
Lays out parts to be cut, using templates.
Saws, carves, and shapes instrument parts, using handtools.
Glues parts together, using jigs, forms, and clamps.
Finishes surface with stain and varnish.
Plays instrument to evaluate tonal quality.
Relocates bridge and sounding post, or shaves wood from bottom of instrument to improve tone.
May repair bowed instruments violin repairer.
May construct fretted instruments fretted-instrument maker, hand.
May repair fretted instruments fretted-instrument repairer.
May rebuild and restore bowed instruments and be designated violin restorer.
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