Please help identifying this chinrest model
Hello all ,
Could someone try to identify this chinrest model. It looks like Vermeer , Strobel , Hollywood , but it's non of them , I'm quite sure .
Are you sure it's not a Stuber?
Close to a "hollywood" in many ways.
Sadly,it's not Stuber also,and yes,looks like Hollywood,right? :) It looks like a mix od those 3 models. And this is the most comfoartable i ever tried in my life.
U know this. It's not either of those models :(
Guarneri or Hollywood would be my guess.
or Paganini-- no more guesses for me
Might be a custom job. Where did you come across it?
Actually,you might be right. Nowadays different factories make different vermeer models. I just found on one Spanish luthiers site,what I think is the same model and shape I'm looking for. What do you think
That looks like my in-house made chin-rest from the Weisshaar shop, LA. It is probably the same as the Hollywood chin rest.
Us bearded people are always especially particular in our choices of chinrests :) I've taken to modifying standard chinrests to find something that works for me.
Guanneri? Really? It seems more smooth and rounded, less sharp and pointy.
Looks like the one I use and I completely forgot the brand name. My body geometry loves it but some people tuck my violin under their chin and the look on their face is priceless.
Sorry this isn't really relevant to the topic at all, but Bojan, you put a space after a comma. Sorry. This kind of stuff freaks me out and triggers my inner OCD.
Harrison, how about all of us who learned to put two spaces after a period? HTML does not recognize that.
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