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Installation Tutorial

  • For the violin strings and the viola A and D strings, please follow from STEP 1 to STEP 5.  The ordering of the installation is suggested to begin with the A string, then the G string, and then the D string for violins; with the D string, then the C string, and then the G string for violas.   (Only 3 strings need to be installed for violins and violas.)

  • Usually, after A and G (D and C) in a violin (a viola) are installed, the space is small for D (G).  Please squeeze the String Bean® a little bit before mounting D (G) on the tailpiece.  Make sure that every bean touches nicely and neatly at the down side of the tailpiece.

  • For the cello strings and the viola G and C strings, please take STEP 1., take off the Installation Kit, pass the string through String Bean®, and then go to STEP 4. (4 strings need to be installed for cellos.)

  1.  The interior structure of the String Bean® for strings is carefully designed.  On the surface, a line of the big circle is marked on every bean.  Take it as the equator, use the installation Kit to pierce the String Bean® for strings through in the direction of the (north-south) poles.  Put it somewhere at the middle of the pin.
  2. Hook the wool end of the string (the peg side) in a proper length and hook up in the hole of the installation Kit.
  3. Gently move the String Bean® for strings to go through the hole end.   Make sure that the string goes through the String Bean® for strings, too.
  4. Gently slide the  String Bean® for strings all the way down to the ball-end and avoid making the hole in the String Bean bigger when sliding.
  5. Mount the string in the instrument in the usual way.  For violins and violas, make sure all String Bean® attach nicely to the tailpiece.  For cellos, mount the strings from the down side of the tailpiece.