Full-size 4/4 Silver Mounted Violin Bow, Brazilwood, Flower Inlay, Well-balanced Bow
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- Full-size 4/4
- Nickle/Siver/Gold Winding, and Mounted
- Flower Inlay ebony frog
- Stamped with "Vio Music" above frog.
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I had a fiberglass bow that came with my violin and that thing is heavy and I don't like the balance point. I also need to crank the tension on it quite a bit, whereas the two wood bows I just purchased I only need to tighten about half as much as the fiberglass. They sound fairly close to each other.
That said, I'm a beginner and I'm still learning, but this particular bow, out of the 3 I now own, is my favorite so far. The balance point seems to be the best for my hands and it fits comfortably in the proper playing position without my feeling like I need to move my thumb or pinky too much. I'm able to control this bow better on the strings. The other two have less control, especially the fiberglass. Because it's so heavy and it doesn't like my hand, it goes all over the place. The other wood bow is better, but this one is the best. It goes where I want it to go, it's not hard to achieve even pressure or proper pressure as I play so I'm not getting as many scratchy noises, especially when I get near the frog.
I'm really happy with this bow, and the price is amazing. I went to a local music store and all they had for bows was fiberglass ones, and the cheapest was $50. No thanks.
This is going to be my primary bow, the other wood one is going to be my backup, and the fiberglass, well that'll be if I somehow snap both of these.
I think these two wood bows that I purchased will help me get better quickly because I will be struggling less with the bow hold, and getting the bow to do what I want, due to it's light weight and great balance.Read more ›
I like it and hope this one will last longer. Thanks for the good product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been taking violin lessons for less than a year, and using the bow that came with my violin. That one got something unknown and greasy on it that wouldn't come off (no matter... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rick Cecchetti
I love the shape and quality of this bow. However either the hairs or my rosin is not working out for me. Can't get a great sound out of playingPublished 17 months ago by Coda
Very disappointed!! Not only because of the broken bow, but because of the poor packaging. The box was too big with only one piece of crumpled up paper stuffed inside to hold the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by davidj
My son wanted to buy a new violin bow for his Aunt for Christmas since she had never had a brand new bow...ever. Read morePublished on January 23, 2014 by k murphy
...not the best bow I've ever had but by far not the worst either... rather average quality but okay for the money.Published on January 23, 2014 by Risenheart Consulting
I think you have to watch what is said about violin, and bow buying. Many of the sites will tell you, that you are getting real horse hair, ebony, and this is not true. Read morePublished on November 16, 2013 by Cy
Horse string on violin bow was very thin which enabled any sound to be produced when you rubbed the bow against the violin strings.Published on August 29, 2013 by Ludovic Andre
The box that the box was shipped in was very large so I am sure that it bounced around when on its way here. Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by Steve Marlow