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Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver - frog
Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver - frog
Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver - head
Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver - head
Provenance: Germany
Maker: Unknown
Weight: 63.0 g
Year: approx. 1970
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Strong, active violin bow, by Klaus Ringer, Silver

This strong and recommendable German violin bow was made by Klaus Ringer, it is a mid / late 20th century piece of work, handmade in approximately the 1970's. With its strong, octagonal pernambuco stick that plays surprisingly actively, this silver munted violin bow produces a strong, bright and warm rounded sound. The balance point is perfectly centered and as a result the bow feels very lightweight in the hand, the balance point measured at 26.8 cm from the frog end including the adjuster. The frog is silver mounted with a Parisian eye. The total length is 74.4 cm, this violin bow is very handy to play. This recommendable, versatile bow is undamaged, worked over with new hair and is suitable for active and advanced, good, strong players.

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