Gewa Wolf Eliminator Cello

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Wolf Eliminator

  • Chrome
  • Prevents the rumbling, so-called wolf sounds in cellos
available since September 2003
Item number 165010
sales unit 1 piece(s)
£4.99
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A good wolf eliminator, but could work better
Anonymous 12.08.2016
I am satisfied with this wolf eliminator, but it has a little problem for me:
I used it on a contralto nyckelharpa, I have to say that in my experience with this Gewa folf eliminator it's been not too easy to close it and fix it properly to eliminate the wolf. (But finally I did it!).
So I don't like too much the fact that it's difficult to fix it and avoid that it hits the bridge moving on the string, but surely, finally it works!
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Guus32 10.09.2022
The screw which is used to fasten the tube to one of your strings isn't the best one ever. A few forte strokes on an open C string and it just resonates out of its socket, falling on your cello and damaging the varnish. I seem to be the only one who had this problem though, even though I tried multiple of them. I've heard good stories of other people using this one though.
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Alt aber bewährt
Christiane A. 25.02.2016
Wieso mehr Geld ausgeben für den gleichen Zweck? Dieser Tonwolf funktioniert schon seit Generationen! Und kostet nicht mal 10 Euro!!! am Besten von der Cello- Lehrerin oder dem Cello-Lehrer anbringen lassen. Es ist etwas gefriemel, aber mit etwas Übung geht das Ding ratz-fatz drauf, ohne dass die Saite sehr verstimmt wird. Bei einem Wolf um f / fis (auf der D-Saite) trotzdem den Tonwolf auf die G-Saite anbringen (zwischen Saitenhalter und Steg in Richtung Steg)!
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quita lobos
RicardoC 18.07.2012
Este artículo llamado en español "quita lobos" sirve para eliminar algunos pequeños chirridos que se producen al tocar una nota con el arco, si le pasa eso en su violoncelo, no se preocupe, no tiene por qué ser por causa de su violoncelo, ni sus cuerdas, ni su arco, ni sus cerdas, ni tampoco por su puente, simplemente puede ser porque alguna cuerda, al tocar una determinada nota, vibra de una forma determinada respecto a la frecuencia del sonido a la que emite dicha nota, entonces puede sonar un "lobo" para eliminar este sonido indeseado lo que necesita es esta pequeña pieza que ha de colocar en la cuerda que produzca el "lobo", se coloca entre el puente y el cordal, luego se aprieta con la tuerca que incluye, y a seguir disfrutando y creando música.

Un saludo. Ricardo C. C.
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