I'm still having neck and shoulder pain issues, so I'm going to try switching to the Flesch center-mounted chin rest. I've never done much in the way of violin work---changing strings is about my limit :)---and don't want to damage my instrument out of stupidity. Is replacing a chin rest an easy task, or should I really find a luthier to do it? Do I need any special tools other than a chin rest tightener?
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