There's no point in putting the violin back in the case every time I finish practising. I just put in on the stand, which is well built and quite heavy, so the violin is in a stable position and there is no risk of it wobbling or tipping over. Besides, the violin is such a beatiful instrument that it deserves being looked at. The stand is so discrete that I don't even notice that it is there.
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Very high quality, stable and good violin stand!
I ordered the violin stand from Gewa to place my violin in a cabinet.
Shipping was Thomann-typical fast-speed. The violin stand came in 4 parts disassembled and one could screw it easily and fast.
First impression: Very high quality, since completely made of metal and accordingly a very stable stand.
The violin immediately fit into the stand and did not wobble. All the pads of the violin are padded with a layer of felt, which makes the violin super-protected.
The only downside I've noticed is that you have to be careful when you raise the violin from the stand so that you can not stand against the stand with the ground. It is not further protected under the upper cushions and so one gets so with carelessly possibly a small Macke.
Conclusion: An absolutely recommendable violin stand, at which it almost (especially with this price) nothing to complain about! I would by it anytime again!
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