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I have to say I really didn't like this product. There was nothing inherently wrong with the product itself. It just isn't the right shape for my shoulder. I tried to save a few pounds by buying this a shoulder rest online only to have to buy a slightly more expensive one from a local shop anyway.
I would recommend trying out a few different shoulder rests at your local music shop before deciding which one to buy.
la compra fue muy buena, el servicio de mensajería en México fue pésimo, hasta la fecha nunca supe quien lo entregó porque ademas de que se exedio en tiempo, el paquete no lo entrego, lo arrojo sobre una barda al domicilio.
Epaulière de très bonne facture. La mousse est dense sans être dure. Tout le savoir-faire de la marque. Cependant les nouvelles pattes en silicone glissent malgré les différents réglages, rendant le jeu plus difficile: l'epaulière se décroche trop souvent, heurtant ainsi l'instrument.
Fits well if you have chest muscles covering your rib cage, but I was endlessly frustrated that I could not modify this to fit my very skinny son's body. We tried longer screws to raise the lower end of the rest in an effort to prevent the violin from sitting vertically against his small frame. Longer screws did not work because ultimately it extended the lower foot of the violin rest into a position angled far from where it needed to be. I found a FOM rest (ME 051?) that allows for unlimited rotation of both feet and a much greater amount of extension and retraction of each foot than the 3-5 screw holes offered on the KUN rests. The foot height can also be extended in a similar way to what I had done on the KUN - just take it to a hardware store to get the appropriate diameter and thread pitch extension bolt and a threaded female-female connector or smooth teflon connector that you can thread onto the two bolts to connect and extend their height.
I lost a screw from my shoulder rest therefore, I needed one. This one was not as sturdy as the older kun that I have. I find it has the tendency to move from the placed position slightly. Over all I find it to be ok, especially for practicing.