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PinkyHold

Shar PinkyHold

Sale price$4.95
SKU: SPH100BLK
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As any seasoned violinist or violist can tell you, a player's pinky is crucial for guiding bow direction. Specially crafted by us, the Shar Music® PinkyHold was created to help you master bow control. It's designed to help you form a bow hold and – more importantly – to help you keep your fingers relaxed while bowing.

The PinkyHold is designed for the developing student, though it works just as well for adults. (It's great for adults who are switching instruments – say, from a violin to a viola.) Small, brightly colored, inexpensive – and crucial. What more do you need?

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NICKIE MCNICHOLS
Pinkie holder

It really works!

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SteveF
It's helping my student but I preferred the old type.

The old type, based on a piece of tubing, helped keep the pinky more in the proper position. But this one is pretty good!!! It looks better too.

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Lynn C Maas
Shar pinky hold

Frustrating, the hole for your pinky is too far because the piece you put it on is too long. The opening is too small; a punched sticker would be as effective. I carved the hole out more but it is still too shallow for me. Young Musicians has a better product in their pinkynest.

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Anonymous
Just meh...

I purchased this for my 8yo, who likes to take her pinky off the bow when she is at the tip, to try to help her to remember to keep it on. It didn't work in this capacity at all. The hole is too small to actually get your pinky into, and the height is too high. As a result her pinky wanted to come off even more. I'm guessing this was intended for beginners to keep their pinkies in the right place, but again, the small hole and way too high height for little fingers renders it useless for that purpose as well.

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MARY RASMUSSEN
Really Like It!

I bought a few of these for my school students to use in our school lessons. I don't see them real often to reinforce good habits, so it helps them to form the bow hold and most importantly, relax their fingers while bowing. For 4th and 5th grade, it just gives them an anchor to keep the pinky stationary and not lifting up. Even the boys like it! Especially good for tactile learners.

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