Stjepan Hauser (from 2CELLOS) playing Moonlight Sonata on the Fiddlerman Cello Bow
- Hand-made carbon fiber cello bow
- Quality Siberian horse hair
- Nicely decorated copper-mounted ebony frog
- Great balance and weight distribution
- Nice arch with good bounce and action!
This black Carbon Fiber Cello Bow is manufactured to replicate the perfect weight and curve of an expensive Pernambuco wood bow. If you're spending less than $400 on a wood bow, we recommend you go with carbon fiber. Any less of a quality wood bow will not give you the right weight distribution or curve. Perfect cello bow to upgrade to if you have purchased an electric and/or Cecilio Cello Outfit.
High-quality hand-made carbon fiber composite cello bow. Nicely decorated copper mounted ebony frog. Quality Siberian horse hair. Great balance. Very nice arch with good bounce and action. Rosin has never touched this bow. Use your own favorite cello rosin!
WarrantyThe Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber Bow has one of the best bow warranties around! We have customized the arch and weight distribution to the likings of Fiddlerman. Both the stick and mechanical parts by the frog are covered for 5 years should anything go wrong. The hair is covered for 3 months and the wood wedge (at the tip) 12 months.
If you encounter any issues, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with photos or call us 800-595-0592.
Fiddler man Cello Bow
Wonderful bow for the money. No complaints at all.
I’m not a verified buyer cause this was a gift for Christmas last year, but I have been using this bow for the past year and it’s one of the best iv had. I can get a way better sound from it, and the bow still looks new after almost a year of medium use. 10/10 I would recommend this.’
Carbon Fiber Cello Bow
Good. Near the nut the circumference of the bow was too small, so I added a bit of plastic tubing to make it larger. With this addition, the bow handled just fine. I am concerned that I have already lost 3 bow hairs that broke when I was playing my cello. Do you have anything to say about this?
Hi! We understand your concern. A few hairs can break, especially in the beginning. So this is normal. Thanks :)
Low priced decent carbon fiber bow.
Brazilwood bows and pernambuco bows in this price range frequently suffer from a wide range of issues. This includes but is not limited to being bent, not evenly weighted, and producing a poor sound. In this price range carbon fiber is a good answer for beginning and intermediate players looking for an upgrade from starter bows. Overall this bow is straight and produces a nice volume of sound without too much weight. The thumb grip is made out of a somewhat sticky adhesive which is somewhat annoying. I think the manufacturer should use a different material. Upgrading the thumbgrip should cost you about $20 . Alternatively the somewhat higher priced carbon fiber bows will come with a different thumb grip material. I am sure Fiddlershop can help you if want a slightly higher grade carbon fiber bow. The best carbon fiber bows and cellos are actually an excellent choice for musicians playing outdoors in hot humid weather. If you are on a tight budget you should be happy with the bow. As you become more advanced you will want a bow which provides you with the color and overtones that wood can provide.
This bow is a great buy for the price point. It far surpasses my previous bow and has nice balance, and pulls a warm tone. I am very satisfied with my purchase. I know this bow is going to be with me a long long time.
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