Violin bow, good playing characteristics

We selected this pernambuco violin bow as a good choice for a simple bow to accompany most instruments, and the bow is a compelling selection thanks to its good weight, resilitence and elasticity. We recommend the violin bow to musicians who want to dedicate more of their limited budget towards their instrument itself and are looking for a well-crafted and cost-effective pernambuco violin bow. And this violin bow satisfies those demands, both in terms of its materials and its artisanry. Its octogonal stick is crafted of good pernambuco wood, whilst the head and the nickel-mounted ebony frog with a Parisian eye, three-piece button and mother-of-pearl...

We selected this pernambuco violin bow as a good choice for a simple bow to accompany most instruments, and the bow is a compelling selection thanks to its good weight, resilitence and elasticity. We recommend the violin bow to musicians who want to dedicate more of their limited budget towards their instrument itself and are looking for a well-crafted and cost-effective pernambuco violin bow. And this violin bow satisfies those demands, both in terms of its materials and its artisanry. Its octogonal stick is crafted of good pernambuco wood, whilst the head and the nickel-mounted ebony frog with a Parisian eye, three-piece button and mother-of-pearl slide all make it an ideal and robust bow for everyday practicing. A full-sized violin bow, its total weight is around 60-62 g and it measures 74.2 cm. Thanks to its centrally positioned balance point that tends slightly towards the frog, the pernambuco violin bow offers musicians comfortable play and creates a bright, warm and well-rounded sound.

Violin bow, good playing characteristics
Violin bow, good playing characteristics
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