A cello endpin bejewelled for a more powerful sound
The Instrumagic endpin was designed with one goal in mind: ‘to free the instrument in real time from the sounds stuck inside’, says the company’s founder Marcel Reski. A carefully balanced set of materials has now resulted in twelve models, of which the newest three incorporate a diamond. The rods are made of a specific type of stainless steel, which is ‘extremely fast in terms of freeing the instrument of its vibrations’, says Reski. To add warmth and brilliance respectively, the ring is made of copper and plated in silver. The part below the ring is made of gold-plated bell metal (used to make church bells), while the tip is hardened steel…
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