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Reviewed On: 09/12/2015
I've had some of these straps for years, and although I usually stab my endpin into the floor myself, the straps work fine when you're sitting on a "non-stab" floor. The reason that I purchased this particular one is that it was white instead of the usual black. We are in a colorful world, and I'd like to see it made in fun colors, such as green, blue, pink, orange, etc. (Maybe not to be used on a classical stage, but fun for the kids in schools/lessons, etc.) The white version is good for a stage floor that is very light in color. I purchased a black and white version this time. I have had many of the black straps, and they tend to get away from me.
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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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