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Violin bow by Otto Adler, Mittenwald
Violin bow by Otto Adler, Mittenwald
Violin bow by Otto Adler, Mittenwald
Provenance: Mittenwald
Maker: Otto Adler
Weight: 62.3 g
Year: 1900 circa
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Excellent German violin bow by Otto Adler (sold)

Otto Adlers works unite all features of an artists violin bow: liquid play, good balance and a fine strong tone. Reddish brown pernambuco wood, white mother of pearl and fine quality dark ebony - these premium materials were combined with Adlers profound and perfectionated craftsmanship. The fine quality ebony from with a beautiful Parisian eye and a framed white pearl slide. The stick is octagonal and of medium strength, high elasticity, it is tense and of good stiffness. The felt balance-point is centered, slightly shifted towards the head. The measured balance-point is at 27,0 cm from the frog end. This fine bow plays excellent and produces a powerful, huge and matured sound. Note that Otto Adler bows are very much sought after by musicians worldwide.

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