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Stick of 100% carbon weave gives great balance and 'feel' at this price. Fully mounted nickel and ebony frog.
A bow with excellent dynamics for the price. Correct weight and ideal for players to Grade 6+ approx.
Unless stated otherwise all our bows are supplied with a starter coat of premium quality William Salchow rosin. Good, fresh rosin is essential to obtain the best performance from any bow.
7 out of 9 found the following review helpful
Pros: Excellent quality carbon bow, the only decent one we could find (at a reasonable price). Still in perfect condition after one year of daily usage. Vastly better than any wooden bow in this price range.
Cons: Slightly expensive - but worth the money.
4 out of 4 found the following review helpful
Pros: Delivered superior quality of sound and increased volume compared to the standard bow supplied with the violin. it has made us realise the difference a good bow can make to the oveall performance of the violin.
Cons: no cons
Other: First experience of a carbon bow would have no hesitation of buying another.
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful
Pros: I purchased the Kandler some three years ago, and it has been an excellent bow, now even better value for the quality. It was bought as a travelling bow, and has withstood extremes of humidity with no problems, very tough! As to performance, it produces a good tone on both my new and old violins, and feels well balanced and comfortable to play. Certainly as good as a wood bow over twice its price!
Cons: A couple of minor issues after 3 years use:a hairline cosmetic crack in the frog, leather grip has become loose, and the hair is difficult to tension. But these can all be sorted out by a little tlc and maintenance I am assured.
Other: Excellent service from Stringzone as always, although delivery to France did take a little longer than expected, due to the postal service, unfortunately something beyond stringzone' s control! The bow is well finished, having attractive inlay and Parisian eye