The entry level Coda bow boasts a blended Kevlar core with diamond weave graphite exterior to produce a well balanced stick with excellent strength/sensitivity ratio.
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.
8 out of 9 found the following review helpful
Pros: I bought this for my 11 year old son who is currently working towards Grade 5, as his violin teacher had suggested he could do with a new bow. I bought this bow over others as it has good reviews on a number of violin forums, and seems that it should be suitable for beyond Grade 8. It seems very well made and has a feeling of quality about it. There is a noticeable improvement in tone over his previous bow.
Cons: Not especially cheap (and a bit more than I had thought of spending initially).
Other: I am happy with the purchase, and my son has been motivated by his new bow(which at 11 years old is very important!) Feedback from his teacher is that this is the perfect bow for his stage of development.
5 out of 8 found the following review helpful
Pros: It is quite impossible to buy a Coda bow in France, impossible to try it, so we bought it blindly, and we are very satisfied of the quality. It is a responsive bow, well balanced, my daughter use it exclusively.
Cons: Nothing except the color.
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful
Pros: The 3/4 is fantastic. Light and well balanced. My young daughter was using a wooden one (generally cut down versions of a full size) for her Violin and Viola grade 5 and was always getting worn out. The coda bow is around 10g+ lighter and my daughter finds it so much easier to wield. Her playing has materially stepped up (and she is already a good standard) and her arm and wrist no longer tire. I only have good things to say about the bow. Her music teacher who has only ever used wooden bows loves it and is certainly a convert to a carbon fibre bow for young children