G. Rudi Steinel, German violin bow of quality

This good G. Rudi Steinel violin bow was crafted approx. 1960. It bears the origonal stamps and is a quality piece made of pernambuco wood with a  strong, octagonal stick. The ebony frog is nickel mounted with a Pearl eye, the slide and the adjuster. At a total weight of 63.6 g the sensed balance-point is well centered, slight inclided towards the lower half of the stick. Thus this bow is handy and comfortable to play, a recommendable violin bow features a strong, voluminous and large radiant sound. This G. Rudi Steinel bow adss warmth and volume to the violin tone and therefore works best with sharp and bright sounding violins.

This good G. Rudi Steinel violin bow was crafted approx. 1960. It bears the origonal stamps and is a quality piece made of pernambuco wood with a  strong, octagonal stick. The ebony frog is nickel mounted with a Pearl eye, the slide and the adjuster. At a total weight of 63.6 g the sensed balance-point is well centered, slight inclided towards the lower half of the stick. Thus this bow is handy and comfortable to play, a recommendable violin bow features a strong, voluminous and large radiant sound. This G. Rudi Steinel bow adss warmth and volume to the violin tone and therefore works best with sharp and bright sounding violins.

€ 850.00
approx. $ 926.50
Inventory no.
B942
Maker
G. Rudi Steinel
Provenance
Germany
Year
circa 1950
Tone
warm, clear, large
Weight
63.6 g
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G. Rudi Steinel, German violin bow of quality
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