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New Flesch Chinrest

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Purchase options

Ebony, Violin
More than 5 in stock
£21.60
Rosewood, Violin
4 in stock
£21.60
Boxwood, Violin
3 in stock
£33.60
Ebony, Viola
Currently unavailable
£24.00 Currently Unavailable
Rosewood, Viola
3 in stock
£24.00
Boxwood, Viola
1 in stock
£36.00

Description

Popular, centrally mounted chinrest.

Left to right: rosewood, boxwood, ebony. PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO VARIATIONS IN INSTRUMENT ARCHING, TAILPIECES ETC. THIS STYLE OF CHINREST WILL SOMETIMES NOT FIT WITHOUT ALTERATION. THIS CANNOT BE CONSIDERED A FAULT.


Product specifications:

  • Solid wood
  • Width; 100mm, height 25mm


Customer reviews:

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Fraser
14/06/2011 15:12
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

Overall, great purchase.
4 out of 5 found the following review helpful

Pros: Great look and style very comfortable.

Cons: Had to raise the gap for the tail piece slightly so that it fitted properly and didn't press down on the tail piece.

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Mr Bentley
20/02/2011 20:38
Bedale, United Kingdom

Teacher

Centrally fitted rests,are they for you?
4 out of 5 found the following review helpful

Pros: Beautifully finished ,smooth ,Rosewood rest,the fittings were nice and long.A handsome rest

Cons: Nothing really,i usually go for boxwood ,but was completely happy with this rosewood rest.

Other: Many vioinists experiment with a central rest like the Flesch from time to time,often players who wish to dispense with a shoulder rest.It's certainly worth a try for anyone struggling with their present set up,i bought this rest for a pupil with a very angular jaw who just could not get comfortable with a regular (Tekka) rest and it works for him.

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Sebastian
25/11/2014 14:30
Manchester, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

Hits the spot.
2 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: This has improved the player's posture because of the position (it's closer to the centre line of the violin than before). She's very happy with it! In terms of quality, you can't fault it though it's a simple machine-made part, nothing fancy.

Cons: What's not to like? It's a chinrest. You rest your chin on it.

Other: Provide your own CSTP (chinrest screw twiddling pin).

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Jennifer
23/10/2011 19:15
London, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

Very comfy
3 out of 4 found the following review helpful

Pros: Very comfortable, easy to fit, fits standard chinrest key.

Cons: The space for the tailpiece isn't very large so get a low, flatter tailpiece.

Other: Great chinrest for helping with my jaw and neck problems while playing. If you have a very angular jaw and develop a sore spot on the "corner" of your jaw, try this chinrest. As it's in the centre of the viola it forces you to hold the instrument further round towards your front and put more pressure along the jawline rather than pressure concentrated in one spot.

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Norma
29/08/2011 16:54
Coldstream, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

A comfortable chin rest at a good price
2 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: I prefer a central chinrest so this was ideal. It is a nice smooth shape and comfortable straight away. Bought ebony to match other furniture on my violin.

Cons: No negative aspects with this chin rest

Other: Good price

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Keith
14/05/2016 15:09
Berwick upon Tweed, United Kingdom

Beginner

My chin and neck are happy with this
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: I fitted it and it was an instant improvement being slightly higher than the original (side) rest. It is also very comfortable. I recently raised it 3 mm, to suit my neck, using cork pads (the clamps extend enough to allow this). I recommend this to anyone experimenting with chin rests. The central chin-rest is the right location for me; it helps me square the strings with the bow.

Cons: I would have preferred one with gold-plated clamps. Nickel (if the clamps are nickel-plated) makes my skin sore so I have to use a cloth.

Other: Raising the chin-rest on cork pads gives more clearance over the tail-piece and arching.

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D Bonnyman
30/05/2013 17:43
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Beginner

Flesch chin rest has made life much easier
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Centrally positioned rest suits me much better - wish I'd had one years ago. Nice appearance and feel.

Cons: Took a little bit of getting used to.

Other: Much more relaxed when playing.

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Sheila
25/03/2011 09:12
Newark, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

A stylish design at a reasonable price.
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Very nice - my first experience of a centrally mounted chinrest.

Cons: Would have preferred boxwood but the rosewood looks quite stylish.

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SUZANNE
13/10/2016 18:26
Norwich, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

Great.

Pros: Love it - makes playing really easy. Beautifully made and being central on the violin is great.

Cons: Nothing.

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Peter
23/07/2016 13:17
Sevenoaks, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

As above

Pros: Very well made, easy to fit, and by all accounts, is the best value that I have seen for this item. Getting used to playing from a central position is interesting!

Cons: Nothing

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