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Roderich Paesold, violin bow - frog
Roderich Paesold, violin bow - frog
R. Paesold violin bow - head
R. Paesold violin bow - head
Provenance: Baiersdorf
Maker: Roderich Paesold
Weight: 60.0 g
Year: approx. 1970
Tone: Warm, mellow
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German violin bow by Roderich Paesold - a soft player

This older German violin bow was handcrafted in the 1970s in the long-established Roderich Paesold workshops, that were founded in 1848. The light-brown stick is made of pernambuco wood and bears the well-known "R. Paesold" stamp over the frog. A nice and tense piece with both elasticity and balance that feels lightweight in the hand and which is rather soft and forgiving at play. The nickel mounted ebony frog is decorated with a Pearl eye and a white-green-rose shimmering mother of pearl slide. The total length of the bow is 73.8 cm, total weight 60.0 g, with a measured balance point at 25.8 cm that is sensed very central, offering best playing qualities. This typical Paesold-bow is offered ready to play and produces a warm, somewhat mellow sound.

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