3D computer modelled design of the Everest shoulder rest raises the instrument to an ergonomically correct and comfortable playing angle.
High grade ABS for extra strength and flexibility. Virtually unbreakable. Improved neoprene foam material and adhesive for durability. Ergonomically engineered fixed tilt with adjustable width and height. Increased curvature for high comfort. No skid and wear resistant.
6 out of 6 found the following review helpful
Pros: It has a great shape- much improved on the Kun. Also very solid feeling and those feet are amazing!!! The rest just doesnt come off- these are a major improvement, MUCH better than anything Ive used previously...bring on those feet!!!! very solid
Cons: For me its not high enough on one side, longer feet are available but not from stringzone- probably as its a new product
5 out of 6 found the following review helpful
Pros: Bought this shoulder rest for my son to replace a KUN which had been stolen at his school. It had good write-ups but was also half the price so I decided to give it a go. WHY everyone hasn't heard about these rests, I cannot imagine. Sturdy, much better padded than the KUN, feet are very well fitted to the violin and don't fall off and they dont have rubber covered feet that split as do the KUN rests (though the latest ones are improved). EXCELLENT PRODUCT, will never go back. This is the product we have all been waiting for, a good solid shoulder rest that stays in place, doesn't wobble, and cost half the price. A much better rest for a child too.
Cons: A little bulky to fit into a 1/2 size case with the violin but just about fits.
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful
Pros: Very comfortable, especially when playing for long periods. A good shape for a shoulder
Cons: It grips the violin very tightly which I think slightly hinders the sound
Other: I recommend this shoulder rest to my pupils
Good, solid rest and more comfortable than Wolf.
Pros: Easy to adjust. Comfortable when positioned correctly. Better than Wolf equivalent whose exposed screws I didn't like.
Cons: Brackets are quite stiff to adjust and, like many other shoulder rests, quite chunky so difficult to fit into my slip case.
Other: The 4/4 setting was far too wide for my normal sized fiddle - but great to have option of notching down to 3/4 width. I think that may partly be the small width of the bottom of my instrument.
A well designed shoulder rest.
Pros: A very comfortable shoulder rest which grips the violin well and is very unlikely to cause any damage due to the substantial rubber grips. I would certainly recommend this to my students as a good alternative to many of the more expensive brands.
Cons: The rest might not fit into some student cases.