Fretless Finger Guide for Full (4/4) Size Violin

Fretless Finger Guide for Full (4/4) Size Violin

from USA
to Hungary
in 5-8 days
At your doorstep by May 21  to May 24 with standard delivery


  • Peel it off Put it on and Play; Easy to understand color coded notes; One piece reusable clear cling vinyl violin finger guide; uses no glues or adhesive; Clings to itself not to your violin; Learn how to play violin or fiddle using our first position finger guide that goes right on your fingerboard; No need to loosen or remove the strings; Easy on and easy off; Better than violin stickers or violin tape.
  • Shows first position natural violin note locations plus sharps and flats; By far the fastest and easiest way to learn how to play violin and fiddle; This Fretless Finger Guide for full 4/4 size violin helps you learn violin note locations on your fingerboard and the music staff.
  • Unique color coding helps you learn to play violin songs and scales; accurately accelerates finger memory; does not affect tonal quality or playability; takes the mystery out of the fingerboard.
  • Get a complimentary 4/4 or 3/4 Guide when you order a Bonus Bundle. The Bonus Bundle is the perfect starter for the beginning violinist. Made in the USA; Used by public schools and private teachers since 2003; Over 175,000 sold.
  • Includes complete instructions for how to put it on and where to find more information including free color coded sheet music and violin scales with videos and more.
  • Imported from USA.
Learn how to play right handed violin, learn how to play fiddle and learn proper finger placement on the fingerboard with a Fretless Finger Guide. Our one-piece, clear, cling vinyl first position fingering chart goes right on your fingerboard. The Guide uses no glues or adhesives and clings to itself not to your instrument. No need to loosen or remove the strings to put it on. This proven, color-coded Guide and method makes learning to read music and play songs and scales easy, fun and fast. This violin fingering guide covers seven intervals and shows the natural, sharp and flat notes for first position. The Fretless Finger Guide is undeniably the best way to learn violin note locations. Our unique color-coded design is by far the fastest and easiest way to learn to play violin or fiddle. This Guide works best with full (4/4) size violins that have a string length of approximately 13 inches (330 millimeters). Stays securely in place. Peel it off the paper backing. Put it on and play. These violin finger position markers have helped over 175,000 aspiring violinists learn where the notes are on the music staff and the violin fingerboard. Our violin learning guide is a wonderful tool by itself or in combination with teacher assisted or online violin instruction. The Fretless Finger Guide is far superior to gummy violin finger tapes, violin position marker strips and decals. Our Fretless Finger Guide complimentary website provides new and beginning violinists with free color coded sheet music, scales, instructional videos and more. The easy to understand instructional information shows you how to find the notes on your violin fingerboard and the music staff, so you can start playing songs and scales right away. Watch for your Violin Finger Guide in a white envelope in your mailbox. We do not mail to forwarding services that forward mail out of the USA. Please do not order using one of these services addresses. Copyright 2013 Fretless Finger Guides

Fretless Finger Guide for Full (4/4) Size Violin


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