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Author Topic: Everything you wanted to know about chinrests but, were afraid to ask  (Read 1667 times)

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Offline swarbrules

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http://marketplace.amazia.com/violinstore/4.asp?cn=58584&affid=&page=4&pagenumber=&sgldbl=

I found this site by chance. It seems to have the best selection of chinrest types I have seen and has a picture info on each one.

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If you're looking for similar detailed info' in the UK try:
www.phelps-violins.com

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I've seen the Phelps' site and it's very good but, this one gives very pretty pictures ;D ;D

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I would also recommend SVS Tonewoods, if looking at fittings is your thing. Not only do they have a vast array of chinrests, but they do a nice glossy catalogue with pictures of all their items for perusal sans computer. Best of all for tightwads like me, they send it out for free! ;D

 




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