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PinkyHold - Black Beauty

Item# SPH100 BLK

List: $5.95Shar: $4.95

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Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

The PinkyHold is available in Black Beauty, Candy Apple (Red), Sky Blue, Royal Purple, Rose Pink, and Forest Green.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - Sky Blue

Item# SPH100 BLU

List: $5.95Shar: $4.95

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Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

The PinkyHold is available in Black Beauty, Candy Apple (Red), Sky Blue, Royal Purple, Rose Pink, and Forest Green.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - Forest Green

Item# SPH100 GRN

List: $5.95Shar: $4.95

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Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

The PinkyHold is available in Black Beauty, Candy Apple (Red), Sky Blue, Royal Purple, Rose Pink, and Forest Green.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - Rose Pink

Item# SPH100 PNK

List: $5.95Shar: $4.95

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Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

The PinkyHold is available in Black Beauty, Candy Apple (Red), Sky Blue, Royal Purple, Rose Pink, and Forest Green.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - Royal Purple

Item# SPH100 PUR

List: $5.95Shar: $4.95

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Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

The PinkyHold is available in Black Beauty, Candy Apple (Red), Sky Blue, Royal Purple, Rose Pink, and Forest Green.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - Candy Apple (Red)

Item# SPH100 RED

List: $5.95Shar: $4.95

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Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

The PinkyHold is available in Black Beauty, Candy Apple (Red), Sky Blue, Royal Purple, Rose Pink, and Forest Green.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - 10 Pack - Black Beauty

Item# PHB10 BLK

List: $59.50Shar: $39.50

In Stock

Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - 10 Pack - Sky Blue

Item# PHB10 BLU

List: $59.50Shar: $39.50

In Stock

Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - 10 Pack - Forest Green

Item# PHB10 GRN

List: $59.50Shar: $39.50

In Stock

Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - 10 Pack - Rose Pink

Item# PHB10 PNK

List: $59.50Shar: $39.50

In Stock

Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - 10 Pack - Royal Purple

Item# PHB10 PUR

List: $59.50Shar: $39.50

In Stock

Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

PinkyHold - 10 Pack - Candy Apple (Red)

Item# PHB10 RED

List: $59.50Shar: $39.50

In Stock

Pinky Positioning and Shaping: The Key to Mastering Smooth Bow Changes As violin teachers know, when it comes to attaining smooth bow changes, particularly in the lower part of the bow, the active role of the pinky is critical. In the same manner as the index finger is used to increase bow weight, the pinky decreases it. But many students have difficulty mastering the proper positioning and shape of the pinky. The new PinkyHold, created by noted concert violinist and pedagogue Cyrus Forough, makes it easy for students to solve this problem.

Created specifically with the young developing violinist in mind, the PinkyHold is not a crutch or support. Instead, it gently helps develop the pinky's muscle memory, along the way to mastering a perfect bow change. The PinkyHold is easy to install and fits on all sizes of violin and viola bows.** It is easily adjusted to accommodate variations in hand size and hold placement.

The PinkyHold does not lock the player into some idealized notion of "the perfect position and shape". This varies with each individual, but even more important is that the pinky must be trained to be agile and flexible, for the limitless technical demands that challenging repertoire poses for the player. Avoiding stiffness is critical, because it squelches good tone and significantly limits the versatility required in playing the instrument. The PinkyHold is designed to encourage the development of a curved pinky, which leads to the proper flexibility and balance.

*Testing showed that the PinkyHold fits well and securely on all standard fractional and full size violin and viola bows, with the exception of full size Glasser Brooklyn Classic and Bronx bows, which are slightly too thick for application beyond the screw.

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