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Based on 5 Reviews
Reviewed On: 03/04/2018
I bought two other rock stops and both would move. This one didn't. It easy to use and adjustable. Worth the price. The Columbus Ohio Cello Choir and Chamber Players
Yes | 171 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 04/24/2017
Simple, reliable, easy to use and adjust. After 20 years of use mine is starting to show signs of wear, so now I'm buying a new one.
Yes | 170 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 08/20/2014
I highly recommend this endpin anchor for all cellists. It is small, lightweight, adjustable, and never slips!
Yes | 655 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 10/10/2012
Seems like it will last forever. Heavy nylon strap and substantial plastic ring for chair leg. The rubber anchor really stays put. Just what we needed!
Yes | 780 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 10/28/2008
These work very well, and hold up for many years of use. The dont slip like traditional rock stops, and dont dry out like the rubber ones do. And an added plus - when teaching in public schools, the kids dont play hockey with them!
Yes | 746 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 01/25/2017
Hi Alison! Some older models of the endpin anchor have a metal clip but all current models have a hard plastic ring/clip used to attach to chair. You can view the attachment ring/clip in the product photos. Thanks for your question!
Yes | 282 people found this question helpful
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.
Yes | 201 people found this question helpful