Violin and viola

Violinists and violists basically use the same attachment. However, depending on the size of the instrument and the space between the strings and the fingerboard, the attachment can always be attached on different positions. 

Attach it on children's instruments

The attachments can be attached to many children's instruments, 3/4 and 1/2 sized instruments. In most cases, a free-swinging open string can be produced easily. If this is not possible, you can try to clamp it between the two outer strings. In the case of small instruments, it is often the case that the suction cups no longer have enough contact surface, but most of the time the attachment still holds.

Exercises and practicing with the attachment

Both is possible: You can just "use" it by e.g. performing the movements of the vibrato, performing griffs on the nubs and benefit from the new relaxing effects this has e.g. on how to balance stability and flexibility and you can use the ResoundingFingerboard for purposeful practicing. The areas of application are diverse: vibrato, arm vibrato, trills, double grip  technique, changing fingers, attaching fingers on the fingerboard, fluency of the fingers and developing finger speed, left hand pizzicato combining with coordination, rhythm stability (e.g.). Specific ideas and experiences are published regularly in the form of videos, exercises, ideas and collections of topics, online, as a print and in videos. The overview opposite/below is updated regularly.


The majority of the application-related videos are embedded in special collections on specific technical topics, so far around 220 videos. These cover the topics comprehensively and go far beyond the mere application of the ResoundingFingerboard:   They show how it can be used in a targeted manner. Others can be reached directly and show basic applications.

>>General video collection<<

>>Topic: Arm vibrato<<

>>Topic "left hand pizzicato"<<

More videos about attaching, cleaning as well as about basic use you can find here: >>ResoundingFingerboard<< abgerufen werden.


If the attachment doesn't adhere although you do everything the way it is supposed to work, we called that the Bad-Fingerbord-Day. You can find out what you can do when nothing works by visiting the instruction of the >>Bad-Fingerboard-Day-Solution<<