The hollow titanium end button has excellent acoustic effects while playing the Violin - with faster sound, fuller vibration of belly and back, more sensitive sound, clean and clear, rich tone texture, loudness. Significally improve your violin's sound quality.
Available in 7.8, 8.3 or 8.8mm diameter. Color is Gunmetal Gray.
(End buttons are conical; measurements are at the thickest point).
Titanium end button, I went in thinking I’d like it…
Tried it on 3 violins. I was surprised, it made all the violins sound shrill, louder and thinner in tone. I lost the warmth that I so enjoyed. My violins ranged from award winning international violin to cheaper violin. My good violin has always projected well but now it was harder to control the loud to lower volumes. I kept playing it for 1 week thinking it would change.
Was skeptical before buying
Wanted to give my carbon fiber instrument some more life and figured why not, it's a little upgrade. Turns out the thing vibrates much more freely now and the sound is more rich and open like a wooden instrument. definitely worth the price.
Titanium end button
I added the titanium end button in combination with the titanium gut string and a pernambuco harp style tailpiece, piccolo tuner and Kaplan Vivo strings. It's like having a completely different violin. I was not satisfied with the projection, it sounded muddy on the d and g, the a and e just weren't loud enough. It projects so much better now, much clearer and cleaner, easier to play. I will say that the power is a little intimidating and I will be going back to the Fiddlerman Strings for awhile. Complete honesty, if your looking at a television while playing, it will vibrate your eyeballs and distort your vision a bit when you play hard. Thanks Fiddlerman.
hollow titanium end button
Better clear sound and louder , It enriched my violin !
Fiddlershop is a small family-owned business located in South Florida. Since 2012 we have been serving the string community with quality instruments and accessories. We believe that music and instruments should be accessible to everyone at a price they can afford.