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Are all violin pegs the same size?





Violin pegs are available in the following sizes: 0.5mm, 7.3mm, 11.00mm, 12.00mm, 34.00mm, 37.5mm, 38.00mm, and 37.00mm. Other sizes are available based on the violin size, such as 7.8mm for 4/4 and ¾-1/2 violins, 8.5mm for 4/4 and larger violins, and 9.00mm for 4/4 and larger violins.

How far should violin pegs protrude?

It should be the same for all of the pegs A distance of 3/8″ usually works well. One thing to keep in mind is that the instrument has to fit in its case. Pegs that stick out too far will prevent you from putting the fiddle away. Any pegs extending farther than your set minimum should be removed and the hole reamed out.

Can you replace violin pegs?

If you are not comfortable changing strings, take your instrument to a violin shop and ask them to show you. They won’t charge you and you’ll save yourself the trouble of breaking stuff. If the pegs are too small for the holes, take it to the shop and get new pegs.

What are violin pins called?

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How are violin pegs measured?





Taking measurements

  1. Measure the diameter of all the peg holes.
  2. Measurements should be made at the point where the peg enters the peg box on the peg head side (your luthier would take these measurements before ordering and fitting the pegs).

Are violin and viola pegs the same?

They look the same, but without measurements, there is no way to be sure they are exactly the same as the French style violin pegs Fiddlershop sells.

How should violin pegs fit?

First of all you need is two tools reamer and the peg Shiva this is the make respects smaller and this is the make d'Ivoire in the peg hole bigger.

How do you shape violin pegs?

We have our first peg that fits it's clean it's cut nicely and it looks very nice now we just have the XS that we'll cut off later. So now I do the same thing with the rest of the pegs.

What is the taper for violin pegs?

If you are replacing an existing set of pegs on an instrument, you want to ream the pegbox as little as possible; just enough to match the taper of the existing peg hole to the taper of your shaper. As previously stated, our reamers and peg shapers are 1:30 taper.



What is a violin knob called?

Scroll. The scroll of the violin is the very top of the instrument above the pegbox. The scroll can be identified by its characteristic curl design; however some older instruments have scrolls that were more elaborately carved with animals or figures.

Do all violins have fine tuners?

This is why lots of violin and viola players just have one or two fine tuners. These fine tuners are mostly placed on the E string and perhaps the A string. The E string is very tight and thin, therefore hard to tune with the pegs and it can easily snap when you turn it just a little too high.

What are the thing on bottom of violin with called?

F-Holes — also called sound holes, they are f-shaped holes in the violin’s front plate on either side of the bridge that allow the resonating sound inside the violin to escape. Tailpiece — holds the strings. Its other end is attached to the button on the bottom of the violin.



How do geared violin pegs work?

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As the sun gear turns the planet gears orbit around it. The motion of the planet gears rotates the shaft, which then takes up the string. The shaft turns once for every four turns of the head.

What are violin pegs made of?

Pegs are typically made of boxwood, rosewood, ebony, or maple. A violinist’s preference may be influenced by their own violin’s wood’s finish. If you’d like your violin to match overall, you might be interested in keeping a maple finish. If your violin has a dark wood finish, ebony might be more your style.

Are all cello pegs the same size?

The taper can accommodate small differences in peg diameter between different instruments. True. While there is a modern standard of 1:30 taper for violins and violas, and 1:25 for cello, you can’t assume any given hole or peg is going to fit, especially with old instruments.

Why don t all violins have fine tuners?

And even when steel strings became more popular and well-made, the tradition of leaving only one fine tuner for the E-string on more expensive instruments stuck. Therefore, the amount of fine tuners you see on a violin is more a matter of tradition and preference than anything else.



Do fine tuners affect violin sound?

Fine tuners can weaken gut or synthetic strings. Also, finer tuners can be bad for the sound of your violin. They may cause a buzzing sound and the added weight affects the resonance of the instrument.

How do I keep my violin pegs from slipping?

Just simply push the peg in as you chew. So instead of just turning the peg. As so push the peg in as you're turning so you're almost sort of pushing diagonally. If you push.

Why is it so hard to tune a violin?

Many factors can contribute to problems with tuning: ill-fitting pegs that slip or stick; fine tuners that don’t work; old strings that have gone false. One of my adult students this week had decided to get fine tuners on all his strings to make it easier to tune.

Why does my violin sound scratchy?

Too much rosin on the bow hair produces a scratchy, unpleasant sound, while too little will cause the tone to fade out during your bow stroke. Finding exactly the right level of rosin to apply is like everything else involved with learning to play the violin… it takes practice.