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Roderich Paesold violin bow frog
Roderich Paesold violin bow frog
Roderich Paesold violin bow frog
Roderich Paesold violin bow head
Roderich Paesold violin bow head
Provenance: Baiersdorf
Maker: Roderich Paesold
Weight: 59.0 g
Year: 1970's
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Excellent German Violin bow. Roderich Paesold

This recommendable virtuoso German violin bow by Roderich Paesold is quality piece of work, handmade in Baiersdorf in the 1970's. With its strong, yet active and tense octgaonal pernambuco stick that bears the original Roderich Paesold stamp and plays highly actively, yet this good bow produces a strong, warm, precise and sophosticated sound. The balance point is centered and as result the bow feels very handy and allows most virtuoso play with good "bite", the balance point measured at 24.9 cm from the frog end including the adjuster. The frog is nickel mounted with a Parisian eye. This recommendable Roderich Paesold bow is undamaged, worked over with new hair and is suitable for active and advanced and very good players.

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