Col Legno Standard Viola Bow

By Col Legno

Price:
£156.00 inc VAT & Free Delivery in the UK
VAT removed at checkout for non UK orders
5 in stock

Description

Carbon fibre bow. Fully mounted nickel silver and ebony frog with Parisian eye. Excellent value bow with easy playing qualities ideal up to Grade 8AB. Well made bow with excellent balance and feel. Our most popular bow at this price point.

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.


Specifications

  • Nickel silver lapping and leather thumb grip.
  • Black carbon fibre stick.
  • Playing qualities of a much higher value wooden bow.
  • Weight: 70 grams

Customer reviews:

Rating Summary
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Martin
11/01/2014 20:36
Bridge of Weir, United Kingdom

Beginner

Great service
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Nice weight and balance

Cons: None really

Other: Arrived very quickly

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Rose-Anne
05/02/2019 11:49
Falmouth, United Kingdom

Beginner

Plays like a £50 bow.
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: Prompt delivery, easy to order, excellent packaging

Cons: I am disappointed with this bow. I knew when I ordered it that it wasn't top of the range, but neither was it the cheapest. It was advertised for up to grade 8 so I thought it would suit my experience well. When it arrived I had to remove a number of hairs as they were too loose. The timbre is very scratchy and harsh. I have reverted back to my old bow. I would have returned it, but having removed the loose hairs it was no longer fit to sell on. I'm hoping that maybe it will improve as my bowing improves.

Other: I live on a boat, and although my viola thrives in this environment, my wood bows are not so happy, so I felt that a carbon bow would be better. Unfortunately this bow doesn't play well, and my standard does not yet merit an expensive bow.

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