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Ready for boarding

An instrument with a detachable neck to make air travel easier

CARBON-FIBRE CELLO

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Readers of The Strad will be no strangers to the perennial risks associated with flying with stringed instruments. Barely a week goes by without another story of a passenger denied boarding with their instrument or making a grim discovery at baggage reclaim. For Turkish luthier and engineer Korhan Türk, a solution lay in making the neck of the instrument fully detachable – an innovation that, he says, is only possible thanks to recent advancements in materials science.

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About The Strad

We mark 100 years of Elgar’s Cello Concerto and examine Sgarabotto’s violins. Plus interviews Boris Kuschnir, Daniel Müller-Schott and Richard Tognetti, and our annual Cremona supplement.