JonPaul Bravo Model Carbon Fiber 4/4 Violin Bow - 2021 report by Whydis

JonPaul Bravo Model Carbon Fiber 4/4 Violin Bow

The JonPaul Bow history is the story of a family of craftsmen. In 1960, Peter Prier immigrated to the United States after graduating from the Violin Making School of Bavaria in Mittenwald, Germany. He was a pioneer in many aspects. He brought master ...

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Spiccato

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Bow

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Inlay work

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Prestos

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Shape

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Jonpauls

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Silver tip

(1 reviews)

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Reviews around spiccato (5.00 of 5)

  • productionMINUS:- doesn't make great spiccato.- hair needs a lot of rosinOverall, great bow.

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Reviews around bow (5.00 of 5)

  • productionMINUS:- doesn't make great spiccato.- hair needs a lot of rosinOverall, great bow.

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Reviews around inlay work (5.00 of 5)

  • From the inlay work, to the tip of the bow this is a quality bow.

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Reviews around prestos (5.00 of 5)

  • I prefer this above any of the codabows or prestos that I've tried (under $500)

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Reviews around shape (5.00 of 5)

  • The shape of the stick (more of a rounded square shape, rather than otacon) make it much easier to handle

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Reviews around jonpauls (5.00 of 5)

  • After trying many different boes, I really think the jonpauls are always the best in their price range

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Reviews around silver tip (5.00 of 5)

  • The silver tip, mount, and winding is also nice.

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More about JonPaul Bravo Model Carbon Fiber 4/4 Violin Bow

  • The JonPaul Bow history is the story of a family of craftsmen
  • In 1960, Peter Prier immigrated to the United States after graduating from the Violin Making School of Bavaria in Mittenwald, Germany
  • He was a pioneer in many aspects
  • He brought master skills to the new world, set up a world-class violin shop, and founded the renowned Violin Making School of America
  • He also began the creation of a non-wood bow long before its time
  • While fulfilling his passion as a master luthier and teacher, Peter's wisdom and experience inspired the next generation to create bows of uncompromising quality in the tradition of the fine French masters
  • All JonPaul bows share a one piece molding process
  • Single-piece construction means the stick is strong from tip to button
  • You can feel secure playing your JonPaul bow indoors, outdoors or in a cramped orchestra pit
  • Easy to control and incredibly responsive, the JonPaul Bravo Model Carbon Fiber 4/4 Violin Bow is formulated for the serious player on a budget
  • The JonPaul Bravo is durable with beautiful styling and superb playability.