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Gewa Chinrest Guarneri Ebony

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Chin Rest for Violin

  • Model "Guarneri"
  • Fits for 4/4 violins
  • Material: Ebony
Available since October 2010
Item number 254608
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
material ebony
Model Guarneri
size 4/4 - 3/4
standard screws Yes
Hill style screws No
$19.90
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In stock within 2-3 weeks
In stock within 2-3 weeks

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23 Customer ratings

4.4 / 5

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Perfect fit
Kochanski 12.12.2022
This chinrest is beautifully made and functions perfectly. It is well finished and comfortable throughout concert playing.
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RobiMi 10.04.2019
it is a bit large for a violin
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Hard to use
Svanerik 14.04.2019
A really beautiful chin rest that all the pros use. I wanted to make it work but it didn't work for me. My luthier has many chin rests of this type that customers have returned because they couldn't hold the violin comfortably. I changed back to my old chin rest and it was wonderful.
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Kinnhalterschrauben sind schief montiert!
Andreas109 05.03.2020
Diese Kinnstütze ist aus wunderschönem Holz und sehr sauber gefertigt, nur bei der Montage der Kinnhalterschrauben wurde geschlampt.

Die Bohrungen für die Schrauben sind schief. Somit steht der Halter hoch und hat nur am äußersten Rand Kontakt zum Instrument. Der Rest der Füße schwebt in der Luft. Außerdem sind die Schrauben sehr weit eingedreht. Das heißt, der gesamte Zug der Schrauben und das Gewicht des Kopfes ruhen auf zwei kurzen schmalen Abschnitten des äußersten Deckenrandes jenseits der Randeinlage. Ich habe es zum Glük noch rechtzeitig bemerkt, das Instrument hätte leicht beschädigt werden können.

Bei der ansonsten erstklassigen Verarbeitung frage ich mich, wieso das derQualitätskontrolle nicht aufgefallen ist.
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