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Which endpins are there?Endpins avoid the slipping of the cello spike from the floor and disturbing it. So you can enjoy the sound of the strings and your cello play without worrying about the slipping of your bow instrument. There are spike buffers which are put on the spinke. Or you put a round or square disc on the floor, like the rubber disc or the Pacato rubber care, in which the spike can’t slip. At the Pacato Cellosticker, the endpin clings to the cello spike with a magnet. The Universal cello boardis attached to the chair leg and has drilled hollows as well as the spike anchor or the Xeros strap.
Spike buffer for cello
Spike buffer for cello are universal rubber that can be put on the spike. They’re available in round or oval form. The Wolf spike buffer is screwed on the spike and fits for all spikes to 10mm diameter.
Black Hole, Sure Stop endpins and rubber disc are round floor protectors for cello made of rubber with a spike rest in the middle. A professional cello spike holder is the Pacato Evolution. The light and pellucid synthetic disc adheres 100% because of the Anti-Slip Pad and is one of the best on the market. The Pacato Rubber Care is a square rubber disc with many rests. The floor protector Pacato Cellosticker has an integrated magnet. So the light synthetic disc can be moved with the spike on the floor.
Cello boars are attached to the chair leg and have drilled pockets for the cello spike. The Universal cello board is a foldable, solid cello board made of wood. Small and light, it fits in every spectacle case and does not slip conventionally: the Memminger cello board. It is also suitable for a tour. The spike anchor is a leather band with loops and the 5 cm wide black Xeros strap is adjustable from 40cm to 80 cm.