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MI&VI Basic Pernambuco Violin Bow w/Ebony Frog, Octagonal Silver Mounted Nickel Stick (Violin 3/4)

Size:Violin 3/4 The MI&VI violin bow is made of pernambuco similar wood that is renowned for centuries as the quintessential wood used to create exquisite violin bows, owing its rarity to the demise of the Amazon rain forest in Brazil. Having a fin...

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  • My daughter loves this

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  • Even if it didn't sound good, even though it does sound good, the appearance is worth much more than 30$

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  • Even if it didn't sound good, even though it does sound good, the appearance is worth much more than 30$

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Reviews around balance (5.00 of 5)

  • Plays beautifully, has excellent balance, and is very lightweight

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  • The hairs were NOT falling out and looks like one of those overpricedbows

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  • Size:Violin 3/4 The MI&VI violin bow is made of pernambuco similar wood that is renowned for centuries as the quintessential wood used to create exquisite violin bows, owing its rarity to the demise of the Amazon rain forest in Brazil
  • Having a fine bow, surprisingly, is often more important than the quality of the violin
  • Essentially, the bow allows the violin to speak and transmit the imagination and emotion of the musician
  • Playing with an inferior bow causes the advancing player's progress to be held back, and is simply not acceptable in a professional player
  • A player must strive to obtain the highest quality bow possible to convey the expression and nuance that violinists and their listeners crave
  • This piece is an excellent value for its price and would be a perfect stick for students and gives beginners a distinct advantage as they advance to a full-size instrument.