wrist rascal confusion cleared up

Paul Reynolds said: Apr 1, 2014
 7 posts

hello people,
I needed to clear something up concerning my little teaching aid the Wrist Rascal. it is not designed to be rested on by the wrist. it simply brings the feeling of roughly 3rd position ( where the wrist does not necessarily touch the body of the instrument) to the 1st position. the teacher should encourage the student to not touch the rascal, but work around it. this helps to better shape the hand in early training. It's a foreshadowing of what's to come when shifting begins. I will be at booth 10 in Minneapolis and id love to have teachers stop by and give it go. thanks,
Paul

www.wristrascal.com

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