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    Eastman BL20 Brazilwood Violin Bow, 1/4

    Eastman Strings Eastman BL20 Brazilwood Violin Bow, 1/4


    Product Description

    Balanced and Responsive

    Eastman's bows are a superior tonal match for your violin, providing projection and clarity through all bow strokes.


    Bows give the violin its voice.

    They channel your expression into the instrument, bringing out every nuance and color. Discover a whole new world of sound with Eastman violin bows.

    Elegant Tone and Full Sound

    Widen Your Sonic Palette

    Eastman's bows are carefully balanced and calibrated for optimal weight and balance. This ensures a wide range of dynamics, rich fundamental tone, and easy handling for both legato and articulate playing.

    Quality Construction

    They use the highest quality materials for our bows. Each bow features ebony frogs, fully lined slides, and unbleached, genuine white horse hair.

    Eastman's entry-level brazilwood bows allow students on a budget to enjoy the advantages of hand-made quality. Starting with strong, aged brazilwood sticks, our bowmakers construct bows the old-fashioned way. Ebony frogs fully mounted in nickel silver and mother-of-pearl, leather and imitation whalebone grips, and quality unbleached Mongolian horsehair all contribute to a bow that will assist and reward a beginning player’s efforts.

    • Material: Brazilwood
    • Frog: Fully lined ebony frogs mounted in nickel silver and mother-of-pearl
    • Lapping: Silver-plated wire winding
    • Grip: Genuine leather grip or imitation whalebone grip
    • Hair: Genuine unbleached Mongolian horsehair

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