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Coda Diamond NX Cello Bow.


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£372.00 inc VAT & Economy Delivery in the UK
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The entry bow in the Diamond series offers advancing players a performance bow at a realistic price.

Ideally suited to ambitious students and keen amateurs and is even suitable as a second bow for the professional player.

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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.

Product specifications:

  • Blended Kevlar acoustic core
  • Graphite Diamond weave stick with brown tint.
  • Traditional design frog in engineered Xebony by Walter Paulus, Germany.
  • Nickel silver inlay Coda logo, Nickel silver fittings and Pearl slide.
  • Sterling silver wire lapping with Moroccan goatskin thumb grip.
  • Traditionally haired with silver Medal horsehair. Rehair in the normal manner.
  • Individually serial numbered; 10 year guarantee through online registration.
  • Made in USA
  • Weight: 81 grams
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06/01/2014 12:28
Livingston, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

good value all rounder
8 out of 9 found the following review helpful

Pros: I had 4 bows on trial including the more expensive Coda Daimond SX model and in a blind trial my cello instructor picked this one out as best all rounder. I am no great player but I found the balance great and I found that it gave great non-watery sound when playing harmonics and in thumb positions that with my current bow were wishy-washy. It has really rekindled my love of the cello - great service from stringzone.

Cons: none

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29/12/2015 17:53
London, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

A nice bow
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: It gave me a good attack to notes and was good on quick passages. I liked it with Bach

Cons: It isn't quite as balanced as the Carvalho wooden bow I liked.

Other: If you can afford it get this rather than the Prodigy as it is much better

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