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I just recently bought my first violin, but the chinrest was a little uncomfortable.

While I was trying out violins I remember the chinrest on a Knillin silver medallion was very comfortable, the only problem is that I have no idea what kind of chinrest it is. 
It looks like a Dresden but its small and has a deep scoop or cup (I don't know what its called). 

It's the violin on the left in the picture. Both are full-sized violins.



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