First Frets Violin 4/4 / Viola 14"

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Fingerboard Marking

  • 325 mm for 4/4 violin or viola 35.5 cm / 14"
  • Specially developed by Dr. Phillip Coonce for beginners and students
  • Can be easily glued on and removed without residue
available since March 2013
Item number 305047
sales unit 1 piece(s)
£3.75
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really good thing
Lina L. 10.07.2014
What it is ?
it is simply a sticker, well-designed and high-quality thing, made of durable material. It is easy to instal on the violin fingerboard, you do not need any adhesive, you do not need remove strings to install it. The entire sticker is transparent - you can see only the colored stripes. From a distance it is almost invisible.
Do you need it ?
Of course - for those who play the violin well - such things do not need to, but for beginners, i think - it's just necessary. I teach children to play the violin, so with stickers on - is much easier to communicate with the student.
How to remove it ?
I do not tried to remove the following label off, so I can't say whether it is complicated. But it's just a sticker, I think everything will be fine :)
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Great for beginners
Sotiria 16.05.2013
A superb alternative to using tape. You can attach this to the violin fingerboard with strings attached but it is preferable to remove the strings before applying this sticker. Make sure that the length from the the top of your fingerboard (top nut) to the bridge i.e. string length is 325mm. This way, you will get the correct intonation for your violin. It's easy to remove with no residue left on the fingerboard.
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Does what supposed to
Chris untld 23.12.2021
I used it for sometime. It's easy to put on your violin even with the strings on. After sometime I ended up removing it because I was relying on it visually which turned out as a bad habit.
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Made learning and playing Infinitely easier.
Casually Name Dropping Kafka 19.04.2020
if it wasn't for this product, I'd still be guessing and judging by ear what notes where the right ones, Of course playing by ear makes a better musician, but that's no easy task on a completely new instrument.
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