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Based on 6 Reviews
Reviewed On: 09/19/2012
I bought this one for my 4 year old daughter. She loves it and it is attached to her little violin 24/7. It may not suitable for adult, but for the little one, it keeps the button away from the neck to keep her comfortable. We has it for several months now. I will get another one for my older son to try.
Yes | 450 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 08/20/2011
I got it for my uncomfortable chinrest. It covers the iritating parts but it has basicly no padding! The name cushy really missleads you. The cloth is uncomfortable to!
Yes | 420 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 05/04/2011
I had hoped that this Chinrest cover would be as comfortable as the Chin Chum. Sadly, not. I don't know if it is the fabric itself or something on the fabric but the end result is that it feels hot and itchy against the skin. I play outdoors a great deal and need something that is comfortable and absorbent. This product fails on both counts.
Yes | 437 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 01/22/2011
We've seen many other chinrest cusion out there and expected this one to be at least comparable. We were utterly disappointed. The material is very stiff, rough and uncomfortable on the chin. My daughter wants it returned, but grudgingly accepted it when she found out that it'll cost as much to ship is back.
Yes | 443 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 10/10/2010
I just ordered and received the large size Cushy chinrest cushion from Shar. It fits my “Strad” type chinrest very well (so it should work equally well for a large Guarneri chinrest). It covers the instrument rib near my neck. It also covers most of the chinrest bracket near the end button. It has a “pocket” on the back that slips over the chinrest. The elastic strap then passes behind the violin to hook onto the treble C bout. The one that I received is actually a deep chocolate brown in color (not black as it appears in the photo). The word “Cushy” is imprinted on the back side, where it is not visible when mounted on the instrument. It feels very comfortable. If it absorbs sweat and holds up well, I will order some additional ones from Shar. It seems to be a bargain for the price.
Yes | 415 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 09/18/2007
I have a fussy child that is irritated by the equipment on the tail of the violin. This covered it all and padded it for her sensitive chin. It is a very nice product and lasts for a long time. We have used the first one for 6 years, and are just now replacing it since we wore the first one out.
Yes | 478 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 08/26/2018
Hello Elizabeth! You can find recommended sizes listed in the "About This Item" tab. If your student is in a 1/4 size violin or smaller, the small chinrest cover would work best for them. I hope this helps!
Yes | 21 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 09/12/2017
Large is the appropriate size for a full sized violin. Thanks for your question Sussan!
Yes | 34 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 09/12/2017
Hi Susan! This cushion only partially covers the adjustable chinrest legs. You may want to consider the Strad Pad, which covers a larger area of the chinrest. Follow the link to view.
Yes | 71 people found this question helpful