She’s back from the luthier, buzz-less and with a happier bow. He also did something called “adjusting the tone balance” to help with the harshness on my A & D strings. The D sounds better, but my A string is still rather harsh sounding with a buzzing, twangy undertone that I really don’t like. There’s nothing wrong with her. I just don’t like how she sounds. When I had the strings that came on her, she had a much warmer sound on the A, but it was exceedingly quiet (I had to fight to get it louder than a mezzopiano) and it squealed like a little girl for no reason at all. With the Jargars I can get some decent projection and the squealing problem is gone, but it’s just so harsh. Any ideas?