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Kun Junior Collapsible Violin Shoulder Rest (fits 1/2 - 3/4 size)

Item# 1313 C J

Shar: $23.95Sale: $23.50

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The Kun Junior Collapsible fits 3/4 and 1/2 violins, and it's unique design allows feet to collapse down onto rest for easy storage. Otherwise this design is nearly identicaly to the Kun Original except for the underside material being brown in color instead of black. Very handy for those with shaped cases or those with insufficient space to store the standard Kun shoulder rests.
To select correct Kun parts - hold the shoulder rest so that the KUN logo is right side up. The right parts are on the right, the left parts are on the left.

Helicore Cello G String 1/2 size Medium

Item# 773G12M

List: $76.25Shar: $35.15Sale: $31.50

In Stock

D'Addario Helicore Cello G string, Tungsten and silver wound on steel core.

Helicore Cello C String 1/2 Size Medium

Item# 774C12M

Shar: $43.75Sale: $39.20

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D'Addario Helicore Cello C string, Tungsten and silver wound on steel core This item will not be available until late January 2003.

Thomastik Infeld Dominant Violin String Set with Wound E String Ball End - 1/2 Size - Medium Gauge

Item# D135S 12

List: $104.99Shar: $57.99

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Dominant Synthetic Core StringsComparable in sound to gut, without gut's disadvantages. These strings have a highly flexible, multi-strand nylon core. The resounding success of Dominant strings is due to its similarity in tone and response to gut strings, without gut's attendant drawbacks. The sound is full and mellow, yet rich in overtones. Its ability to project sound without being metallic comes to the fore both in arco and pizzicato. Also offers effortless response to intricate fingering and tuning stability even under extreme humidity and temperature conditions. Dominant strings should be changed at appropriate intervals to ensure continuity of tone color. We invite you to see why Dominant strings are called "The Reference Standard" and are used by professional players as well as students of all levels. Steel or Wound E String?

The steel core, aluminum wound E string in this set is designed to produce a slightly warmer tone than a plain steel E string, which is brighter but offers more projection. The wound is slightly more expensive, but we find, just as popular. Set with the steel E string: D129S

 Loop-End or Ball-End E String?

This set features a ball-end E string, which is best suited for fine tuners with 2 prongs. Generally, most full size instruments are set up with a single prong fine tuner, which is designed for a loop-end E string.

Thomastik Dominant Violin String Set, 1/2 size, Medium gauge

D'Addario Helicore Cello String Set - 1/2 size - Medium Gauge

Item# 775S12M

List: $247.75Shar: $110.65Sale: $99.10

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Thomastik Infeld Dominant Violin String Set with Wound E String Loop End - 1/2 Size - Medium Gauge

Item# D135SL 12

List: $104.99Shar: $57.99

In Stock

Dominant Synthetic Core StringsComparable in sound to gut, without gut's disadvantages. These strings have a highly flexible, multi-strand nylon core. The resounding success of Dominant strings is due to its similarity in tone and response to gut strings, without gut's attendant drawbacks. The sound is full and mellow, yet rich in overtones. Its ability to project sound without being metallic comes to the fore both in arco and pizzicato. Also offers effortless response to intricate fingering and tuning stability even under extreme humidity and temperature conditions. Dominant strings should be changed at appropriate intervals to ensure continuity of tone color. We invite you to see why Dominant strings are called "The Reference Standard" and are used by professional players as well as students of all levels.
 
Steel or Wound E String?

The steel core, aluminum wound E string in this set is designed to produce a slightly warmer tone than a plain steel E string, which is brighter but offers more projection. The wound is slightly more expensive, but we find, just as popular. Set with the steel E string: D129S

Loop-End or Ball-End E String?

This set features a loop-end E string, which is best suited for fine tuners with 1 prong or a hook for the end of the E string. Ball-end E strings are designed to be used with 2-prong fine tuners. Generally, most full size instruments are set up with a single prong fine tuner, which is designed for a loop-end E string.

Thomastik Dominant Violin String Set with Wound, Loop End E String, 1/2 size, Medium gauge 

Thomastik Infeld Dominant Cello String Set - 1/2 Size - Medium Gauge

Item# D147S 12

List: $324.99Shar: $179.99

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Dominant Synthetic Core StringsComparable in sound to gut, without gut's disadvantages. These strings have a highly flexible, multi-strand nylon core. The resounding success of Dominant strings is due to its similarity in tone and response to gut strings, without gut's attendant drawbacks. The sound is full and mellow, yet rich in overtones. Its ability to project sound without being metallic comes to the fore both in arco and pizzicato. Also offers effortless response to intricate fingering and tuning stability even under extreme humidity and temperature conditions. Dominant strings should be changed at appropriate intervals to ensure continuity of tone color. We invite you to see why Dominant strings are called "The Reference Standard" and are used by professional players as well as students of all levels. 
Thomastik Dominant Cello String Set, 1/2 size, Medium gauge, Chromesteel wound on perlon core

AcoustaGrip Protégé Shoulder Rest - for Violin or Viola - fits 1/2-1/10 Violin or Small Viola - Charcoal

Item# AG P

Shar: $14.95Sale: $9.72

In Stock

Finally, comfort AND performance in a shoulder rest.

Every violinist or violist has a pre-performance ritual: you clamp on your shoulder rest, tune your instrument, and play a few scales to warm up. Then you visualize the perfect concert. Your tone is clear and your projection powerful.

However, not all performances go as well as you imagine. Perhaps you miss a few notes or your projection isn't where it should be. Halfway through the performance, your neck begins to ache. The designers at AcoustaGrip want to change this cycle and allow violinists and violists to perform with confidence -- every time. Using simple but brilliant advances in design, the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest attaches securely underneath your instrument and adjusts to the shape of your shoulder, increasing volume and overtones by up to 20%. Here's how it works: 

- Microgrip Technology: Violinists and violists stay away from adhesive shoulder rests because glue of any kind could damage the instrument's varnish. The AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest is different. Using hundreds of tiny Microgrip suction cups, the AcoustaGrip anchors itself to your instrument using nothing but air and its revolutionary surface.

- Responsive Comfort: Even contoured shoulder rests will restrict your range of motion. What's more, you adjust to the contour of the shoulder rest, not the other way around. AcoustaGrip's responsive, layered foam forms to the shape of your shoulder, allowing greater range of motion and serious comfort.

- No Clamps Means Fuller Sound: The sound post, base bar, and blocking of your instrument magnify and direct the sounds made by drawing your bow across the strings. When you hook rubber clamps to your violin or viola's blocking, you inevitably dampen your instrument's projection. That's why the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest attaches securely to the base of the instrument, avoiding the instrument's major acoustic components.

The violin and viola were originally designed to be held between the shoulder and the chin, not by their edges. Now, with the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest, you can play your instrument the way it was intended!

AcoustaGrip Protégé Shoulder Rest - for Violin or Viola - fits 1/2-1/10 Violin or Small Viola - Blue

Item# AG PB

Shar: $19.95Sale: $12.97

In Stock

Finally, comfort AND performance in a shoulder rest.

Every violinist or violist has a pre-performance ritual: you clamp on your shoulder rest, tune your instrument, and play a few scales to warm up. Then you visualize the perfect concert. Your tone is clear and your projection powerful.

However, not all performances go as well as you imagine. Perhaps you miss a few notes or your projection isn't where it should be. Halfway through the performance, your neck begins to ache. The designers at AcoustaGrip want to change this cycle and allow violinists and violists to perform with confidence -- every time. Using simple but brilliant advances in design, the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest attaches securely underneath your instrument and adjusts to the shape of your shoulder, increasing volume and overtones by up to 20%. Here's how it works: 

- Microgrip Technology: Violinists and violists stay away from adhesive shoulder rests because glue of any kind could damage the instrument's varnish. The AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest is different. Using hundreds of tiny Microgrip suction cups, the AcoustaGrip anchors itself to your instrument using nothing but air and its revolutionary surface.

- Responsive Comfort: Even contoured shoulder rests will restrict your range of motion. What's more, you adjust to the contour of the shoulder rest, not the other way around. AcoustaGrip's responsive, layered foam forms to the shape of your shoulder, allowing greater range of motion and serious comfort.

- No Clamps Means Fuller Sound: The sound post, base bar, and blocking of your instrument magnify and direct the sounds made by drawing your bow across the strings. When you hook rubber clamps to your violin or viola's blocking, you inevitably dampen your instrument's projection. That's why the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest attaches securely to the base of the instrument, avoiding the instrument's major acoustic components.

The violin and viola were originally designed to be held between the shoulder and the chin, not by their edges. Now, with the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest, you can play your instrument the way it was intended!

AcoustaGrip Protégé Shoulder Rest - for Violin or Viola - fits 1/2-1/10 Violin or Small Viola - Pink

Item# AG PP

Shar: $19.95Sale: $12.97

In Stock

Finally, comfort AND performance in a shoulder rest.

Every violinist or violist has a pre-performance ritual: you clamp on your shoulder rest, tune your instrument, and play a few scales to warm up. Then you visualize the perfect concert. Your tone is clear and your projection powerful.

However, not all performances go as well as you imagine. Perhaps you miss a few notes or your projection isn't where it should be. Halfway through the performance, your neck begins to ache. The designers at AcoustaGrip want to change this cycle and allow violinists and violists to perform with confidence -- every time. Using simple but brilliant advances in design, the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest attaches securely underneath your instrument and adjusts to the shape of your shoulder, increasing volume and overtones by up to 20%. Here's how it works: 

- Microgrip Technology: Violinists and violists stay away from adhesive shoulder rests because glue of any kind could damage the instrument's varnish. The AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest is different. Using hundreds of tiny Microgrip suction cups, the AcoustaGrip anchors itself to your instrument using nothing but air and its revolutionary surface.

- Responsive Comfort: Even contoured shoulder rests will restrict your range of motion. What's more, you adjust to the contour of the shoulder rest, not the other way around. AcoustaGrip's responsive, layered foam forms to the shape of your shoulder, allowing greater range of motion and serious comfort.

- No Clamps Means Fuller Sound: The sound post, base bar, and blocking of your instrument magnify and direct the sounds made by drawing your bow across the strings. When you hook rubber clamps to your violin or viola's blocking, you inevitably dampen your instrument's projection. That's why the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest attaches securely to the base of the instrument, avoiding the instrument's major acoustic components.

The violin and viola were originally designed to be held between the shoulder and the chin, not by their edges. Now, with the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest, you can play your instrument the way it was intended!

AcoustaGrip Protege Red Violin Shoulder Rest

Item# AG PR

Shar: $19.95Sale: $12.97

In Stock

Finally, comfort AND performance in a shoulder rest.

Every violinist or violist has a pre-performance ritual: you clamp on your shoulder rest, tune your instrument, and play a few scales to warm up. Then you visualize the perfect concert. Your tone is clear and your projection powerful.

However, not all performances go as well as you imagine. Perhaps you miss a few notes or your projection isn't where it should be. Halfway through the performance, your neck begins to ache. The designers at AcoustaGrip want to change this cycle and allow violinists and violists to perform with confidence -- every time. Using simple but brilliant advances in design, the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest attaches securely underneath your instrument and adjusts to the shape of your shoulder, increasing volume and overtones by up to 20%. Here's how it works: 

- Microgrip Technology: Violinists and violists stay away from adhesive shoulder rests because glue of any kind could damage the instrument's varnish. The AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest is different. Using hundreds of tiny Microgrip suction cups, the AcoustaGrip anchors itself to your instrument using nothing but air and its revolutionary surface.

- Responsive Comfort: Even contoured shoulder rests will restrict your range of motion. What's more, you adjust to the contour of the shoulder rest, not the other way around. AcoustaGrip's responsive, layered foam forms to the shape of your shoulder, allowing greater range of motion and serious comfort.

- No Clamps Means Fuller Sound: The sound post, base bar, and blocking of your instrument magnify and direct the sounds made by drawing your bow across the strings. When you hook rubber clamps to your violin or viola's blocking, you inevitably dampen your instrument's projection. That's why the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest attaches securely to the base of the instrument, avoiding the instrument's major acoustic components.

The violin and viola were originally designed to be held between the shoulder and the chin, not by their edges. Now, with the AcoustaGrip Shoulder Rest, you can play your instrument the way it was intended!

Thomastik Infeld Spirit Violin String Set 1/2 Size

Item# SP100S 12 M

List: $63.99Shar: $34.99

In Stock

Behind each strong of the Spirit! String line for violin and cello is the fundamental idea that making music should bring you joy. Made in Vienna, the advancing player and aspiring artist will discover Spirit! strings provide them everything needed to produce a distinguished sound for every kind of music.

Benefit highlights:
- Vibrant and warm
- Easy response
- Easy to tune
- Long-lasting

"Incredibly responsive with excellent projection. They are metallic and gritty to start and then settle-in very well." - NASMD Retailer

"Excellent value at the price point." - AFVBM Luthier

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