During Finetuning we usually put the closed instrument on our lap and have to strike also from inside – and do very specific hammerblows. The riddle of how to sit is to be solved individually by a tuner, sometimes on the high cost of the very valuable spinal discs. To spare the spine we developed this chair with the idea of 3 basic positions:
- Kneeing – in combination with FETSI no weight on the lap anymore at all.
- Sitting– tuning with relaxed spine, pan on the lap (as usual, meaning without Fetsi).
- Relaxing– full relaxation mode, with or without pan on the lap.
The foot-board and the sitting-board are adjustable .
Name: The name „Fetsel“ roots from „Fetsi“ (the letters used in the term „Finetuningstation“) and the austrian word for chair „Sessel“.
Important note: We are NOT selling „Fetsel“ but sharing only this idea to the maker community. If you are a tuner yourself and are interested in building a Fetsel for yourself you can for free request our files and plans: just mail to email@example.com (Donations are welcome).
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