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Perry Wunderlich, violin bow, approx. 2000
Perry Wunderlich, violin bow, approx. 2000
Perry Wunderlich, violin bow, approx. 2000
Provenance: Markneukirchen
Maker: Perry Wunderlich
Weight: 57,1 g
Year: approx. 2000
Tone: Bright, rounded

Violin bow by Perry Wunderlich, Markneukirchen

This light violin bow by the Markneukirchen bow maker Perry Wunderlich is a good example of his hometown´s craftsman tradition, where, for several generations, his family made renowned bows for stringed instruments. The elastic, round pernambuco stick is with excellent tension. The bow´s felt balance point is centered, the measured balance point is at 22.8 cm of the total length of 74.6 cm, measured including the adjuster, total weight 57.1 g. This master bow with a light and resonant sound, bright and strong, is offered in perfect condition. The shaft above the nickel mounted ebony frog with a mother of pearl eye is bearing Perry Wunderlich´s original stamp.

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