|Product Dimensions||73.66 x 1.27 x 2.54 cm; 60 Grams|
|Item Model Number||Fid-8826|
|Compatible Devices||Fiddle, Violin|
|Material Type||Nickel plating, Mother of pearl, Siberian horse hair, Carbon fiber|
|Item Weight||60 g|
Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber Violin Bow 4/4
- Fiddlerman Handmade Carbon Fiber Violin Bow
- Quality Mongolian Horse Hair
- Nicely Decorated Copper Mounted Ebony Frog
- Great Balance and Weight Distribution
- Nice Arch with Good Bounce and Action
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We have tested hundreds of affordable violin bows and chosen this as our favorite. The Fiddlerman bow is the best deal on any violin bow in this price, satisfaction guaranteed. In our opinion, much better than any inexpensive Pernambuco violin bow! Weight is approximately 60 grams. This Black Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber Violin Bow is manufactured to replicate the perfect weight and curve of an expensive Pernambuco wood bow. If you're spending less than four times this amount on a bow, we recommend you go with a Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber Bow. Anything short of a quality wood bow will most likely not give you the right weight distribution or curve. We prefer this bow over the Presto Violin Bows. Many times better than the lasalle violin bows, of course. Perfect violin bow upgrade if you have purchased a Kremona, Stentor, Mendini, or Cecilio outfit. High quality hand made Fiddlerman carbon fiber composite violin bow. Nicely decorated copper mounted ebony frog. Quality Mongolian horse hair. Great balance. Very nice arch with good bounce and action. Rosin has never touched this bow. Use your own favorite violin rosin. Full size violin bow 4/4 Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber Violin Bow Black Violin Bow.
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Reviewed in Canada on 6 August 2020