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Everest EZ Violin Shoulder Rest 4/4 Size

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10 Reviews

The unique computer-modeled design of the EVEREST shoulder rest raises the violin to an ergonomically correct and comfortable playing angle. The one piece body integrated with adjustable leg height means that there are NO angle bracets or swivel mechanisms to break, and NO thumb knobs to misplace. Made of a strong, high grade ABS material which provides both strength and flexibility, this rest maximizes comfort without sacrificing style and elegance. Available for 4/4, 3/4, 1/2 and 1/4 - 1/10 size violins.


Everest EZ Shoulder Rest 4/4 Size

Ratings & Reviews

10/15/2022 6:41 pm

a sturdy shoulder rest at a sensible price

I bought an Everest shoulder rest after a student of mine showed up with one in 2016. My Kun was annoying me with how often i fell off the violin. So, I have been using the Everest for approximately six years now, and I continue to love it. It is so sturdy at a decent price range, and has no screws to lose or tubing to replace on the legs. I have been recommending it to all my students since then, and there have not been any complaints.

Karis Mills
1/5/2022 7:19:00 am

a step up for 1/2 the price

I first discovered this shoulder rest when a student came to me with a new violin from Shar that had the Everett included. I loved it and have been ordering it for new students ever since. It is more comfortable than the Kun, doesnt fall off like the Kun, and is half the price. The non-collapsable feature is a downside, but its negligible considering the benefits. Im hoping they come out with one for viola soon.

1/4/2022 3:07:00 pm

Love it!

In my 28 years of playing violin, I've tried a lot of shoulder rests. I recently had a student who had one of these, and every time I would tune her violin, I would notice how comfy and nice this one was. I was thrilled when she got me one for Christmas! I wish it was collapsible, but I really can't complain. It's very comfy and nice and lightweight. Yay!

9/21/2020 4:32:00 pm

A little big for the 1/2

I tried this for my son's 1/2 size violin because I didn't want to shell out for a Kun, which I've used for 20 years. He liked the color selection, and I liked the idea of the simple molding. I'm mostly happy, but we're still having some fit issues. The 1/2-3/4 size rest is just a bit too big for my son's 1/2 size violin even when the legs are screwed into the narrowest holes. We have to angle it in an odd way on the back that makes it a little difficult to get the right neck angle. I can tell that it will be perfect for the 3/4, though, so we're holding onto it.

2/6/2019 3:43:00 am

Best Ever Shoulder Rest

The Everest was recommended by my teacher. This is the best shoulder rest I've found at any price. It's the most comfortable, keeps the violin at the perfect height, holds securely, and it doesn't fall off the violin! Everest is much better than shoulder rests costing much more.

8/16/2018 12:43:00 am

everest ez shoulder rest

Have had the shoulder rest for about 7 months and the foam separated from the rest body. Contacted the company and their solution to the problem was to superglue it. So, you may want to consider an alternate product that may cost a bit more but has a lifespan greater than six months

8/1/2016 8:34:00 pm

Collapsible Everest

The Everest Shoulder Rests do have collapsible version. It is model EC-4, fits 4/4 size to most 1/2 size violins.

10/11/2014 7:35:00 pm

Best Shoulder Rest ever!!!!!

This is the most comfortable shoulder rest I have tried yet! You can't find a better price. This is a really good shoulder rest for you people with longer necks like mine!

10/25/2011 1:39:00 pm

Great rest

I have used this rest for 1 1/2 years and it has been a great rest. It still looks and feels like new. I have loved it and would for sure get it again. I also know many other violinists that have used this for years and still adore it. Thank you Shar!!!

6/14/2011 2:11:00 pm

Looks solid

One of my viola students got one of these. Id never seen one before, but it looks like it has really solid construction. It attaches to the instrument really easily and snuggly. If youve ever had a student break part of their Kun, have them try one of these. The only flaw I can see is that these doesnt seem to be collapsible at all.