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Home > Orchestral Strings > Accessories for Orchestral Strings > Mutes for Orchestral Strings > Violin Mutes > Tourte Single Hole Violin Viola Mute

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Item #: 466176 999
Mfg #: MTVIT

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Tourte Single Hole Violin Viola Mute

Tourte style single hole Mute for violin or viola.

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Cheap Product

By Hannah from Littleton, CO on 2/28/2011 10:32:41 PM

This mute is very cheap, and it definitely gets the job done. However, I personally prefer some of the more expensive mutes on the market, such as the Spector mute. I have found that the Tourte mute, which only attaches to one string) falls off easily and rattles incessantly. This can be really annoying for people who like to keep their mutes on their instruments but who spend a lot of time practicing music where mutes are not called for. The Tourte mute might be a good option for students who will only be using their mutes occasionally, but I would encourage anyone who does a lot of orchestral playing to look into sturdier options.

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