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Hindersine Hiderpaste for Violins
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- Hindersine hiderpaste - to prevent violin pegs slipping
- Made by hidersine
- Even the most perfectly fitted violin, viola or cello pegs will sometimes slip or bind due to atmospheric changes
- Apply sparingly to areas of the peg which contact the peg box
- Hidersine peg compound has been used by professional violinists and leading violin shops for decades
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Problem was that the violin lost it's tune every couple of days, it was really annoying having to tune it constantly. After googling the problem I came across Hiderpaste, and despite some negative reviews, but mostly positive ones decided to purchase.
In order to apply the paste it is important to totally remove the string and peg so that you can coat the peg all over. This took a littl emore googling to figure out the best way to string and twist the string to ensure it was put back perfectly. The most important thing to do is make sure that you have the least angle possible going from the string back towards the head of the violin, this way it will be less inclined to pull the peg outwards - i.e. remain tight.
After all this, the violin now retains its tune, needing very little tuning now, pretty much back to what I would expect - so much better and less hassle now being able to just micro adjust the violin in a few minutes, as opposed to total retune taking 10 minutes previously!!!
A great purchase....
I bought this as a temporary cure for slipping pegs until I can get my instrument overhauled... and the first peg I used it on refused to grip at all. I had to clean it off, and roughen the peg and the holes in the peg box with emery paper, before it would hold again. Thank goodness I had only tried it on one peg!
I think maybe the clue is in the description on Amazon's product page, which says: "...pegs will sometimes slip or bind due to atmospheric changes." According to my reasoning, slipping and binding are completely opposing problems, and therefore require different solutions. Surely a binding peg needs something to slightly lubricate it (which maybe this somewhat waxy product does), whereas a slipping one requires increased grip - which it most certainly didn't, on my violin at any rate.
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