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Violin Chinrests, Shoulder Rest And Strings
Violin Chinrests, Shoulder Rest And Strings
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Northwest Steve
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March 30, 2019 - 2:01 pm
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20190330_092405.jpgImage Enlarger20190330_092617.jpgImage Enlarger20190330_092238.jpgImage Enlarger20190330_092636.jpgImage Enlarger20190330_092617-1.jpgImage Enlarger20190330_092716.jpgImage EnlargerI purchased a fiddle for my daughter a while back. the previous owner had a long neck and tried several ways to make playing fiddle comfortable. So after getting my daughter setup I have the following I would like to sell together. All are new or maybe installed to try and are in new condition. I would take $75 for everything shipped.

-Wittner Kinnhalter Augsburg chin rest with several additional pieces for adjustability. ( $26.50 new plus additional pieces)
Kreddle chinrest ( $89 new)
SAS Ebony with gold hardware, beautiful piece of ebony ($40 new)
Very high quality tall ebony or died redwood chinrest ($30-40 new)
Bonmuscia shoulder rest - lots of adjustability ($50 new)
There is one set of Helicore strings in a zip lock not sure if they are good or not?

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@Northwest Steve .  Would it be possible for you to take a picture of the two disconnected wood pieces of the kreddle chin rest?  I would like to see the connection mechanism.

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Northwest Steve
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March 30, 2019 - 2:49 pm
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Not sure how to delete an ad but this has been sold. Thank you

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I could remove it for you if you like.

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