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you should probably also pay more attention to what is happening with the bow. on the ideas that everyone has suggested, try to make a really good deep rich sound with your bow and mirror that feeling of depth in your left hand. Try to make the sound of your vibrato come out of the sound of the bow, so that the balance is good between the hands (both soundwise and literally in terms of the feeling). There's no point having a good vibrato if the sound you make with the bow is dreadful, so put the two together and maybe you'll find that your pains go away. In other words, don't only think about the left hand when you're working on your vib.
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