Amateur level bow for a whole size cello
Over the past 100 years,
the cello has developed in the most dramatic fashion. The endpin and
especially the modern steel strings have transformed the cello into a
formidable solo instrument, for which wooden bows are clearly too weak.
ARCUS Müsing has developped cello bows significantly stronger to allow
for a perfectly natural play. With a weight of 75 grams they're are also
a little lighter in order to improve their manouverability.
rich sound is a match to much more expensive pernambuco bows. Its
powerful, fast and precise playing characteristics will help you work
out even the most difficult pieces.
With the C3 you get a bow that is
perfect for playing in the orchestra and ensemble. Its sound is big,
free, multicolored and very clear.
Great sound - sturdy and reliable
- Stainless steel fittings
- Stainless steel winding
- Round bow stick
- Storing of the screw in metal sockets
- Thumb leather from embossed cowhide
- Fine natural bow hair
- Classic frog made of genuine ebony, (for every thumb position)
- Weight: approx. 75 g
- 4/4 size
- noticeably more agile and comfortable than traditional bow
- Made in Germany (Würzburg)
bows are designed and manufactured in Würzburg / Germany with the
utmost care. The bow sticks are formed under high pressure from seamless
braided carbon fiber and epoxy resin. Classification C2 - C5 is based
on the resonance of the bow stick. The bow sticks are hollow and
thin-walled, have a very uniform structure and a particularly low resin
content. As a result, they are not only lighter and stiffer, but can
swing better and high-frequency overtones can unfold freely. This makes
the Muesing bow extremely break-resistant. They never warp and never
The screw is mounted in two metal bushings, so that the
bow can be easily tensioned and the bore is not rubbed. The sticks are
also completely insensitive to high humidity or climatic fluctuations.
With this bow, you can easily travel around the world, as it contains no components that are under protection of species.