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FOAMALIN ® w Whisper Bridge™ & 3DFrog™
Foamalin ® Pre-Twinkle Violin Trainer & Bow


 
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List Price: $42.95
Our Price: $29.95
Savings: $13.00


Product Code: FG2

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The Foamalin ® just got even better!

This world-famous teaching tool is now even better with the Whisper Bridge (TM). and the all new 3D Frog (TM) included together with the outfit.

With the Whisper Bridge (TM) the young student can easily be taught to bow straight across the string area. And as they pass the bow through the bow opening they can hear a soft whisper with the duration of their bow movement.

The 3D Frog (TM) features two special indention's - one on the bottom for the thumb to rest near the ferrule area. and one in the traditional area. Many Suzuki teachers use the bottom area in the beginning with very young students.

The 3D Frog is simply glued to an ordinary 3/8" wooden dowel which is 18" long. The 3D Frog was specifically designed to meet the needs of the young beginning violin student to learn a correct bow hold.

The Foamalin ® is the perfect tool for the young beginner violinist! Useful, practical and fun to use. Made from durable foam, the Foamalin ® is excellent for teaching position, posture and bow movement to the pre-twinkle student. Now even more useful with the Whisper Bridge (TM) and 3D Frog (TM). It has an attached foam chin-rest and shoulder rest and comes with a wooden dowel "bow" that has a simulated frog that is sculpted like a real bow frog. The Foamalin ® is the only product of its kind that is registered trade mark with the US Patent and Trademark Office.

This is of course an excellent alternative to a flimsy cardboard "box violin". Teachers find that having a selection of Foamalin ® sizes in their studio also makes sizing students easy and convenient. Anything else is a "Copy-Cat" product.


Foamalin ® is a registered trademark of Young Musicians, Inc.

Features
  • Excellent for:
    Teaching Posture & Position,
    Bow Movement & Direction