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VINGOBOW 4/4 Size Black Horsehair Carbon Fiber Cello Bow

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Sean J.
1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly haired, nice otherwise, would be higher rating if I did not have to rehair it
Reviewed in Canada on 21 August 2021
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly haired, nice otherwise, would be higher rating if I did not have to rehair it
Reviewed in Canada on 21 August 2021
Got this bow for my daughter who plays cello to replace the cheap brazilwood bow she was using that was breaking hairs.
The hair is a very nice black (she loves the colour), each strand is nice and thick, takes rosin well, and sounds very nice on her cello. Bow is well balanced and has no visible flaws.
Now the bad part.... After her using the bow for about 6 months she pulled it out of her case and a bunch of hairs were no longer in place. At first I thought she may have accidentally not loosened tension and the hairs broke. Under closer investigation I found that the hairs at the frog would fall out from the frog with the lightest of tension. None of them were broken. They just fell out. This let me look at the ferrule and wedge closer. With no hairs the ferrule comes off easily (as it should). The wedge though is in two pieces and not at all proper. It should be a one piece wedge.
Once I got a look at the hairs they were never tied or rosined/glued. They were stuffed loose into the frog, loosely wedged in place. There "may" have been some form of very weak adhesive put on the hairs in order to keep them secured long enough to be out of the warranty/return time frame.
The hairs show NO signs of ever being tied or glued/rosined.
Thankfully I should be able to disassemble that part of the frog and after washing the rosin off the hairs will be able to properly secure the frog end. I will have to carve new wedges (maple not limewood/basswood) and ensure it is at least done properly this time.
Since it costs over $200 to have a bow rehaired by a violinmaker I will have to do it myself. Taking my time and learning the steps first will be key.
In the end I would strongly recommend NOT buying cello or any other bow from this manufacturer/store. They are just not made well enough given the price.
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Gareth Taylor
5.0 out of 5 stars It’s actually fantastic. I’m in shock.
Reviewed in Canada on 31 December 2019
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Bety Gazca
5.0 out of 5 stars Buena relación calidad precio
Reviewed in Mexico on 23 December 2020
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mcgr
5.0 out of 5 stars This is just what I need and the quality is great! The black horsehair on a bow is a ...
Reviewed in Canada on 22 October 2016
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Israel Alatorre
5.0 out of 5 stars Arco Elegante & Sonido Robusto
Reviewed in Mexico on 24 December 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Arco Elegante & Sonido Robusto
Reviewed in Mexico on 24 December 2020
El arco llegó empacado dentro de un tubo de PVC para protegerlo.
Con estas cerdas el sonido del cello tiene un sonido corpulento a comparación a un arco tradicional; asimismo, el arco está muy bien balanceado y ronda los ~79 g. No obstante, hubiera esperado que tuviera más peso, como los de Pernambuco, que rondan los ~87 g.
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