The Corona came about after visiting with many shops and players where we asked what would be the ultimate bow offered under $700. The criteria was wide; weight, balance, strength, price, finish, etc. The Corona was our answer. The firm stick has deep camber to fit both the classical and contemporary styles.
- Crafted in USA
- Professional-grade Stick
- Hand-Wood Finish
- Nickel-Silver Mountings
- Silver-Alloy Tip
This carbon fiber composite bow features enhanced camber for articulate and resonant playing. The hand colored wood-like finish is permeated through the entire stick for extreme durability. It is mounted with a traditional ebony frog, and an alloy tip accentuates the Peccatte/Maline style head.
Bow Length: 29.5
Bow Weight: 60-61 grams
We at Fiddlershop guarantee JonPaul Bows for life. If there is a defect, we will repair or replace the bow free of charge. It's as simple as that!
Fiddlershop delivered quickly, and their price was better than any other. The Corona bow is a big improvement over my $1000 wood bow--it is a joy to play by comparison.
This is a very good bow. At the time I was comparing the Corona with the Presto Impulse and Codabow GX. All 3 bows are in the same price range of around $700 more or less. Among these I liked the Corona most.CF bows do not feel or sound like wooden bows, but they play very nicely. The Diamond GX never worked for light bowing for me, neither did the other Diamond NX and SX. I think my violins are just incompatible with the Diamond series. The sound of the GX is probably the best. It is dark and full. The Corona has a more mellow and smooth sound. The Impulse is smooth and little brighter. I personally liked the Impulse sound best, but none produced really exciting sounds.The balance of the Corona bow is very good. It feels light in my hand. Quick string crossings, staccato, piccato, all work very well. The Impulse did not work for me on quick string crossings. No complains about the GX.All of the CF bows have a very quick response! No sluggishness, like many wooden bows. In this category CF bows really excel, for the price. All 3 bows are strong bows, and you can play soft and play hard. However, they also do not have the flex that makes a fine Pernambuco great. The best bows I played, but would not spend the money on, had just a little flex before they all the sudden stiffened up. These CF bows have some flex that builds up very evenly an gradually. But here we are comparing $700 bows to a $6000+ bow, yet it shows there is more to be done on the CF engineering front.If you are looking for a bow that plays nice, is nearly indestructible, and has a decent sound, then one of these 3 will be a very good choice. The Corona is my favorite.
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