German student violin bow, Markneukirchen ca. 1960

This violin bow for students was built approx. 1980 in the Knoll workshops in Germany. The violin bow has a round stick of good strength made of brasil wood that features a surprisingly strong and warm quality sound. The beautiful head is well-crafted, a nice detail and visible evidence of quality. The violin bow is equipped with an ebony frog with pearl eye, that is nickel mounted. The...

This violin bow for students was built approx. 1980 in the Knoll workshops in Germany. The violin bow has a round stick of good strength made of brasil wood that features a surprisingly strong and warm quality sound. The beautiful head is well-crafted, a nice detail and visible evidence of quality. The violin bow is equipped with an ebony frog with pearl eye, that is nickel mounted. The balance point of the bow is well centered slightly inclided towards the lower of the stick. This affordable violin bow produces a bright, strong sound that is full of character, very motivating to practice and forgiving at play. Works with most violins.

The violin bow is sold only in combination with an instrument.

€ 149.00
approx. $ 175.82
Inventory no.
B1027
Provenance
Germany
Year
circa 1980
Tone
bright, radiant, strong
Weight
60.6 g
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German student violin bow, Markneukirchen ca. 1960
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