DE202016005111U1 - Finger exercise disk for musical instruments - Google Patents

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DE202016005111U1
DE202016005111U1 DE202016005111.4U DE202016005111U DE202016005111U1 DE 202016005111 U1 DE202016005111 U1 DE 202016005111U1 DE 202016005111 U DE202016005111 U DE 202016005111U DE 202016005111 U1 DE202016005111 U1 DE 202016005111U1
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Finger-exercising disc for musical instruments, characterized in that it comprises a main elastic disc (10) on which are disposed, from the center, a first ring (12), a second ring (13) and a third ring (14) whose axis lines coincide, wherein the outer edge of the first ring (12) and the inner edge of the second ring (13) form a central annular groove (16), the outer edge of the second ring (13) and the inner edge of the third ring (14) form an outer one form annular groove (17) and wherein in the middle groove (16) and the outer groove (17) corresponding to the fingers a plurality of finger holes (20) are arranged for the fingers.

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  • The invention relates to a finger exercise disk for the players of musical instruments.
  • Instrumentalists usually practice fingering and force on their instruments. By practicing the finger movements on their instruments, they also practice the application of finger power. Without tools, the exercise is impossible, which limits the musicians in their effort to raise the level. Therefore, many instrumentalists want to be able to train their fingers without instruments, so that their finger feeling and dexterity remain at a high level. But this wish can not be sufficiently satisfied.
  • The invention aims for the above reason to close this technical gap by a finger power exercise disc is offered, with an instrumentalist without his instrument, be it guitar, violin or piano, at any time finger power can practice. It has to be portable and easy to use everywhere.
  • Proposed is a practice disk for the finger power, consisting of an elastic main disc. On this disc, a first, second and third ring are arranged from the inside out. The axis line of the second and third rings coincide with that of the first ring. The outer edge of the first ring and the inner edge of the second ring form a central annular groove, the outer edge of the second ring and the inner edge of the third ring form an outer annular groove. In the middle and the outer groove several recesses are arranged according to the human hands.
  • In one exemplary embodiment, a first edge depression is arranged on the inner edge of the third ring, and a second edge depression is correspondingly arranged on the outer edge of the second ring of the first edge depression, and both edge depressions form the position for the left thumb.
  • In one exemplary embodiment, a third edge depression is arranged on the inner edge of the third ring, and the outer edge of the second ring is arranged corresponding to the fourth edge depression. Both marginal depressions form the position for the right thumb.
  • In one embodiment, the above-mentioned second ring has two first gaps directed to the disk center. Together with the middle groove mentioned above, they form middle thumb positions.
  • In one embodiment, the above-mentioned first ring has two second gaps directed toward the disk center, and the third ring has two third holes directed toward the disk center. The first, second and third gaps form a straight passage to the disk axis.
  • In one embodiment, the main disc still has a round survey, which is enclosed by the first ring. Between the outer edge of the elevation and the inner edge of the first ring is an inner annular groove. The axis line of the elevation and the axis line of the first ring coincide. At the center of the survey is an orientation hole.
  • In one embodiment, the main disc is made of plastic (EVA).
  • In one embodiment, the axis line of said main disk and the axis line of said first ring coincide. The outer side profile of said third ring is also the outer side profile of the exercise disk.
  • In one embodiment, a plurality of angular position indicia are mounted on the surface of the above first, second and third rings.
  • The principle and the advantages of the aforementioned technical concept are explained below:
    The dexterity in making music on instruments is the focus of the exercise, so that the instrumentalist can practice the required dexterity and finger power even without an instrument. The thus improved application of force and movement of the fingers leads to improved control of the instrument, ie to better implement the musical performance on the instrument. The exercise will be easier and more effective.
  • Holes for finger positions are arranged on said exercise disk. In the holes, the fingers can move in any direction for power. The first, the second and the third ring restrict the finger movements. When fingers in the finger holes move forcefully, movement through the first, second and third rings is restricted so that the fingers can not move forward or backward, but can pivot only left and right; in the middle and outer annular groove several finger holes are arranged, suitable for exercises with one or more fingers, also for fixed and stroking exercises. Through the exercises, the finger movement can be perfected.
  • The exercise disk has good elasticity that protects the fingers from injury while increasing the effectiveness of the exercise. It is suitable for guitarists, violinists and pianists and other instrumentalists. So z. B. the middle annular groove with their finger holes suitable for finger exercises of a guitarist or violinist and the outer annular groove with their finger holes for pianists.
  • The practice disc is easy to carry and can be used at any time.
  • The 1 shows the structural design of said Finger Exercise Disc for musical instruments. This consists of an elastic main disc 10 , The main disc has a round elevation on the upper side 11 , Parallel to this survey are outwardly arranged the first ring 12 , the second ring 13 and the third ring 14 ,
  • The outer edge of the round elevation 11 and the inner edge of the first ring 12 form the inner annular groove 15 , the outer edge of the first ring 12 and the inner edge of the second ring 13 form the middle annular groove 16 and the outer edge of the second ring 13 and the inner edge of the third ring 14 form the outer annular groove 17 ,
  • In the middle groove 16 and in the outer groove 17 are several finger holes 20 arranged for the fingers (including forefinger, middle finger, ring finger and small finger). The finger holes 20 can be loose or tight. The finger holes 20 are intended as positions of the fingers and the fingers can use force in every direction to train the finger power.
  • The first ring 12 , the second ring 13 and the third ring 14 are there to restrict the finger movements, so that the fingers can not move forward or backward, but can pivot to the left and right. The round elevation 11 and the inner annular groove 15 serve as standard position for fingers as well as necessary support for the wrist. The middle annular groove 16 and the outer groove 17 are there, around the fingerholes 20 which are suitable for exercises with one, with several fingers as well as for fixed and stroking exercises.
  • While the finger is exercised, the flexibility of the fingers can be trained, a process in which the strength and flexibility exercises complement each other.
  • The main disc 10 It is made of plastic (EVA) and has good elasticity, which protects the fingers from injury while increasing the effectiveness of the exercise. It is suitable for guitarists, violinists and pianists and other instrumentalists. So z. B. the middle annular groove 16 with her finger holes 20 suitable for finger exercises of a guitarist or a violinist and the outer annular groove 17 with her finger holes 20 for pianists.
  • The practice disc is easy to carry and can be used at any time.
  • In this embodiment, at the inner edge of the third ring 14 the first edge recess 141 attached, and at the outer edge of the second ring 13 that of the first edge depression 141 corresponding second edge recess 131 , The marginal recess 141 and the second edge recess 131 form the left thumb position 21 , which corresponds to the thumb of the left hand and serves to give the left thumb a practice place.
  • At the inner edge of the third ring 14 is still the third edge deepening 142 and at the outer edge of the second ring 13 the edge well 142 corresponding fourth edge recess 132 , Both form the right thumb position, which corresponds to the thumb of the right hand, and serve to give the right thumb a practice site.
  • In this embodiment, on the second ring 13 to the center directed first gaps 133 attached, and in the middle groove 16 will fill the gaps 133 according to the middle thumb position 23 attached to give the thumb a practice site, z. B. for players of plucked instruments.
  • On the first ring 12 are two second gaps directed to the center 121 , on the third ring two third gaps directed to the center 143 appropriate. The gaps 133 . 121 and 143 form a passage to the axis line. Two passes help to find a sense of balance and power circle of the wrist.
  • Besides, the round elevation has 11 a positioning hole and on the first ring 12 , the second ring 13 and the third ring 14 are several angle indicators 24 appropriate.
  • The outer profile of the third ring 14 corresponds to the outer profile of the exercise disk 10 , So the exercise disk has a simple but aesthetically beautiful appearance.
  • There is room for branding on the bottom of the practice page.
  • This practice disc is suitable for finger exercises for guitarists, violinists and pianists and other instrumentalists. If a pianist z. B. Finger exercise, he can bring the five fingers of a hand in playing position by the thumb in the left thumb position 21 or the right thumb position 22 stuck and the remaining four fingers in four finger holes 20 in the outer groove 17 (These four fingers can also be between the finger holes 20 in the outer groove 17 back and forth), then the fingers can exert as much force as on the piano keys and move according to instruction instructions according to certain sequences back and forth. Thus, the finger power can be practiced and at the same time the finger agility for playing on the piano.
  • As the fingers exert force, a line of force can be created from the fingers to the palm, wrist, elbow, and shoulder. So the finger exercise is also a holistic exercise that affects the fingers, hand and brain.
  • The applications of this practice disc can be combined arbitrarily. To keep the explanation simple, not all possibilities are described. As long as there is no conflict, these possibilities are considered part of this explanation.
  • The above embodiments show only some embodiments of this invention. The quite concrete and detailed descriptions are not to be construed as limiting the scope of this invention. It should be understood that ordinary technicians in this field can produce within the concept of this invention various variants and improved shapes that fall within the scope of this invention. Therefore, the scope of this invention is directed to the pertinent rights.
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    main disk
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    round elevation
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    1st ring
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    the second gaps
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    2nd ring
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    2nd edge recess
    132
    4th edge recess
    133
    the first gaps
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    3rd ring
    141
    the 1st edge recess
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    the 3rd edge recess
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    the third gaps
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    inner annular groove
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    middle annular groove
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    outer annular groove
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    finger holes
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    Position for the left thumb
    22
    Position for the right thumb
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    middle thumb position
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    Notes angle

Claims (9)

  1. Finger exercise disk for musical instruments, characterized in that it has an elastic main disc ( 10 ), on which from the center a first ring ( 12 ), a second ring ( 13 ) and a third ring ( 14 ), whose axis lines coincide, the outer edge of the first ring ( 12 ) and the inner edge of the second ring ( 13 ) a middle annular groove ( 16 ), the outer edge of the second ring ( 13 ) and the inner edge of the third ring ( 14 ) an outer annular groove ( 17 ) and where in the middle groove ( 16 ) and the outer groove ( 17 ) the fingers accordingly several finger holes ( 20 ) are arranged for the fingers.
  2. Finger exercise disk according to claim 1, characterized in that the third ring ( 14 ) at the inner edge a first edge recess ( 141 ) and the second ring ( 13 ) at the outer edge one of the first edge recess ( 141 ) corresponding second boundary depression ( 131 ), these two edge depressions ( 141 . 131 ) together the position ( 21 ) for the left thumb.
  3. Finger exercise disk according to claim 2, characterized in that the third ring ( 14 ) at the inner edge a third edge recess ( 142 ) and the second ring ( 13 ) at the outer edge of the third edge recess ( 142 ) corresponding fourth marginal recess ( 132 ), wherein the third and the fourth edge recess ( 142 . 132 ) together the position ( 22 ) for the right thumb.
  4. Finger exercise disk according to claim 3, characterized in that the second ring ( 13 ) two first gaps directed to the disk center point ( 133 ), which together with the middle groove ( 16 ) the middle thumb positions ( 23 ) form.
  5. Finger exercise disk according to claim 4, characterized in that the first ring ( 12 ) two second gaps directed to the disk center point ( 121 ) and the third ring ( 14 ) two third gaps directed to the disk center point ( 143 ), the first, second and third gaps ( 133 . 121 . 143 ) form a straight passage to the disc axis.
  6. Finger exercise disk according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the main disk ( 10 ) a round survey ( 11 ) from the first ring ( 12 ) between the outer edge of the survey ( 11 ) and the inner edge of the first ring ( 12 ) an inner annular groove ( 15 ), the axis line of the survey ( 11 ) and the axis line of the first ring ( 12 ) and at the heart of the survey ( 11 ) there is an orientation hole.
  7. Finger exercise disk according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the main disk ( 10 ) made of plastic (EVA).
  8. Fingergraftübungsscheibe according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the axis line of the main disc ( 10 ) and the axis line of the first ring ( 12 ) and the outer side profile of the third ring ( 14 ) is also the outer side profile of the exercise disk.
  9. Finger exercise disk according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that on the surface of the first, second and third ring ( 12 . 13 . 14 ) several flags ( 24 ) are arranged for angular positions.
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