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Silver Mounted Cello Bow by D Chagas, Brasil

5 from 1 review
£624.00 inc VAT & Free Delivery in the UK
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Skillfully made bow in Pernambuco by a leading member of the Arcos Brasil bow making association.

Straight grained round Pernambuco stick with German made fully silver mounted frog. A high quality bow made by a master craftsman and suitable for any type of player.

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.

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  • Round stick in superior quality, selected, aged Pernambuco
  • Fully mounted German made frog in solid ebony with sterling silver fittings and Parisian eye.
  • Leather thumbgrip and solid silver lapping.
  • Quality natural horshair
  • Made in Brasil
  • Brand: D Chagas, Brasil
  • Weight: 81 grams

Customer reviews:

08/12/2017 12:48
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

What a difference! Great for a big sound
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: With my daughter moving up from 3/4 to 4/4 cello and needing a new bow, we took advantage of the (excellent) loan scheme to try this bow along with three others - 2 carbon fibre bows and another pernambuco one. To be honest I expected the carbon bows to be best, but the purist/luddite in me wanted to give wood a fair go. Well, none of them was bad but this bow clearly stood out - a very noticeably bigger, punchier sound. Not quite as sweet on the high notes as the carbon bows, but much richer in the bass and better projection all round. Not quite sure how that works (most illuminating discussion I can find is here http://www.aitchisoncellos.com/publications/cello-and-bow-articles/cello-bow-articles/exploring-bow-sound/). Interestingly, they all sounded pretty similar on the old 3/4 cello, where the instrument itself must be the limiting factor. But it really brought out the potential of the 4/4 cello. Surprising.

Cons: None

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