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Roosebeck Psaltery Bow
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The Roosebeck bow was smaller and has white polyester strings that were not all tightened to the same tension that I was used to using. I suppose you can use scissors to cut-off loose strings??
I tried-out the Roosebeck bow, but went back to the comfortable feeling of my handmade, longer bow.
I returned the Roosebeck Bow to Amazon and had no problems getting a refund.
The Roosebeck bow would be more suitable for beginnig psaltry players. Once you get used to an old-style walnut-bow's size and tone, it may be harder to switch over to factory produced bows. Other customers may enjoy this smaller bow. The price is of Roosebeck Bow is much lower of course than that of a handcrafted wooden and horsehair bow, so some people may want to try the small Roosebeck bow for that reason.
The finish on this bow is very nice, a darker brown, not the blond I find on so many instruments these days. There is a way to tighten the threads on the bow. But I am not adventuresome enough to try, as there seems to be remarkably little forgiveness in the design.
For all but the most accomplished professional, I recommend this bow (and get lots of rosin.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it was cheaply made. the edges were too sharp and didn't fell good when using it. I would not buy another one.Published on November 10, 2013 by sam williams
This bow works perfectly. The one that came with the psaltery is a little longer, but I have no problem with the Roosebeck.Published on August 14, 2013 by Richard Hashinger
Looks very classy and the string is strong. It works fine and would surely recommend it.Though the price is a bit high.Published on April 27, 2013 by Saptaparni
I have two of these now just in case I get brave enough to try to use two on my psaltery. fits right in your hand.Published on December 29, 2012 by Jim & Michelle Eoff