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Based on 3 Reviews
Reviewed On: 11/30/2017
Bought 10 and they all broke within one year. The wood part is too thin and easily breaks off.
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Reviewed On: 07/21/2016
As a cellist I can say with confidence that this type of endpin stop is the best. It has many options that lengthen or shorten the strap quickly and easily depending on the type of chair used. The Xeros type while effective requires 2 hands to pull the strap to adjust - usually several times -before you get it right. This is very awkward with a cello in your hands as you are setting up on a stage or gym floor.
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Reviewed On: 03/08/2012
This works well, for awhile. However, the staples tend to tear out, and if you accidentally put your chair down on the wood, it will crack and become useless. I like to use wood, because I want to keep my endpin sharp, but I have gone through a lot of these. Shar should offer the Artino Round Sound Anchor, which has a similar design but is made with better material, and also offers a different design with a base meant to be a sounding box--haven't tried it yet, but I've ordered it from elsewhere. The basic rosewood model I've used and like very much. I can't recommend the "Cello Floor Endpin Stop," offered here.
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Asked On: 06/23/2016
Hi Barbara! Thanks for your question. When fully extended, measuring from the edge of one wooden piece to the edge of the other wooden piece, the black strap alone measures 24 inches. However, with the strap fully extended, it seems that the length between the chair leg and the place where your endpin would go, would be approximately around 28-34 inches (depending on your chair and endpin placement). We hope that this helps!
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Asked On: 06/21/2016
Most young cellists use an endpin with a rubber covering over the tip. If you child is starting to venture into more difficult repertoire, where they might be playing their cello rather vigorously, the cello can slip away from their body and make it very difficult to play. An endpin stopper or endpin anchor will allow the cello to remain in place while they play.
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