Everest EZ-VA 15"-16" Viola Shoulder Rest
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EZ-VA Easy model for viola, adjustable to fit 15" to 16.5" sizes.
SPECIALLY ENGINEERED FIXED TILT
The unique computer-modeled design of the EVEREST shoulder rest raises the violin to an ergonomically correct and comfortable playing. Teachers, students, and professionals alike have all praised this innovative and distinctive design: teachers love the way it trains correct playing angles, while students and professionals love the comfort, durability, and style.
Unscrew grippers and select alternate positions for best fit to the instrument. Designed to fit 15" size violas, up to 16.5" size violas.
SIMPLE AND VIRTUALLY UNBREAKABLE
The one piece body integrated with adjustable leg height means that there are NO angle brackets or swivel mechanisms to break, and NO thumb knobs to misplace. The EVEREST Viola Shoulder Rest is made of a strong, high grade ABS material which provides both strength and flexibility, unlike the inexpensive polypropylene plastic that other shoulder rest manufacturers use.
IMPROVED HOLDING LEGS AND FOAM
Identical and interchangeable parts for both the left and right legs means that there is no longer any need to be confused as to which leg attaches to which side of the body. The newly engineered lyre-shaped holding legs are made of a soft, non-skid, wear-resistant material, with additional height requirements built right into the body of the shoulder rest. The foam is made from high quality, extra-thick and extra-soft neoprene for long-lasting comfort and excellent support.
FUNCTIONALITY AND STYLE
The distinctive 3D computer-modeled design of the EVEREST viola shoulder rest maximizes comfort without sacrificing style and elegance. Traditional areas of high stress are reinforced for long term durability. Engineered by Americans to American standards, this viola shoulder rest is built to last.
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