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PACATO Beginner violin bow
29,50 Euro *
PACATO carbon violin bow
good carbon student's bow
99,00 Euro *
CodaBow DIAMOND GX violin bow
New carbon fiber bow
865,00 Euro 749,00 Euro *
PACATO Manilkara violin bow
Manilkara Kauki bow
59,50 Euro *
CodaBow DIAMOND NX violin bow
carbon bow with Kevlar acoustic core
511,00 Euro 429,00 Euro *
DÖRFLER Brazil Primo violin bow
very good student's bow, round
129,00 Euro *
ARTINO Brazil violin bow
Student bow made of Brazil wood, octagonal
49,00 Euro *
PACATO Pernambuco violin bow
good Pernambuco stick
99,50 Euro *
AMATO Carbon fiber bow SOLIST wood
Very good Carbon bow with wood design
179,00 Euro *
DÖRFLER Fernambuk Primo violin bow
very good pernambuco stick from the German master bow maker, octagona
285,00 Euro 219,00 Euro *
AMATO Carbon bow SOLIST
very good carbon bow
159,00 Euro *
PACATO fiberglass violin bow
69,00 Euro *
CodaBow DIAMOND SX violin bow
graphite diamond weave technology
708,00 Euro 549,00 Euro *
CodaBow LUMA violin bow
the lightest of all CodaBows with rich tonality
653,00 Euro 549,00 Euro *
First Frets
Schablone für eine bessere Intonation auf der Geige, 4/4 - 1/4 Größe
6,95 Euro *
PACATO Brazilwood violin bow
Brazilwood bow, octogonal
39,50 Euro *
DÖRFLER Brazil Secondo violin bow
excellent bazilwood bow, octagonal
189,00 Euro *
DÖRFLER Fernambuk Secondo violin bow
specially chosen octagonal pernambuco stick, octagonal
329,00 Euro *
DÖRFLER Maestro violin bow
best octagonal pernambuco stick
745,00 Euro 599,00 Euro *
KNOLL Brazil Concert violin bow
best brazil bow by the German master bow maker Gerald Knoll
199,00 Euro *
Conrad GÖTZ Brazil violin bow
very good student's bow, round
129,00 Euro *
Conrad GÖTZ Brazil Primo violin bow
very good student bow from the German master bow maker, octagonal
179,00 Euro *
MÜSING Carbon violin bow C2
Very good Student bow for a full size violin with a beautiful carbon stick
475,00 Euro *
MÜSING Carbon violin bow C4
First class, light carbon bow for professional violinists, modern frog
895,00 Euro *
HÖFNER Carbon Deluxe violin bow
Carbon bow with pernambuco shell, from the German violin making workshop Karl Höfner, round
369,50 Euro *
EVOLUTO Composite violin bow
good student's carbon bow
74,50 Euro *
HÖFNER A.S. Carbon violin bow
very good carbon fiber bow crafted by the renowned German violin workshop Karl Höfner, round
139,00 Euro *
MÜSING Carbon violin bow C3
»The middle class« by MÜSING for advanced violinists, modern frog
640,00 Euro *
MÜSING Carbon Classic violin bow C3
»The middle class« by MÜSING for advanced violinists, classic frog
640,00 Euro *
MÜSING Carbon Classic violin bow C4
First class, light carbon bow for professional violinists, classic frog
895,00 Euro *
MÜSING Carbon violin bow C5
Master bow made of carbon, concert bow with great sound
1.270,00 Euro *
HÖFNER Student violin bow
Simple brazilwood bow for students, round
69,50 Euro *
AMATO Baroque Premium violin bow
Snakewood, head swan beak-shaped
269,00 Euro *
CodaBow JOULE violin bow
the most innovative of all CodaBows
742,00 Euro 625,00 Euro *
CodaBow Marquise GS violin bow
Master bow for the professional violinist, with organic fiber blend
1.195,00 Euro *

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Violin bows at Paganino

When choosing a good violin bow you have to decide between those made of wooden or carbon. A popular wooden bow is the SCOLAR Manilkara violin bow, or the product manufactured by the German master bow maker DÖRFLER Fernambuk Secondo violin bow. Manufactured with the new material Carbon, the newly developed carbon bow are becoming increasingly popular, such as the carbon bow SOLIST or CodaBow DIAMOND SX violin bow with a mesh of graphite with diamond look. In order to develop their qualities, a bow one needs a very good rosin such as the Pirastro Oliv / Evah Pirazzi rosin or rosin for violin, the Andrea.

Straight stroke of the bow

For violins, these days there are countless tutorials on using the violin bow. It is always preached to keep the bow always at a 90 degree angle to the strings. What looks so easy when played by trained violinists, requires a high degree of discipline and exercise for violin students and beginners.

Owed to the human anatomy, the player is more likely to make a circular motion as a straight. Added to that is the fact that the player has no good sight at the bowing from their playing position. You can see very nice if the bow sweeps across the instrument, if you would look from the top of the instrument. But the matter is more difficult from the angle of the player position. Here the violinist has to develop his own sense of movement and combine it with the perspective of the playing position. And this is really one of the biggest challenges when you want to learn the violin, or any other string instrument.
A good indication of straight bowing is when you hold the bow exactly in line with the point of contact. Thus, the point is meant, on which the bow lies on the string, as measured by the distance from the bridge of the instrument.