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Bow Concerns

Bow Concerns

We provide answers to some of your common bow concerns.

Pernambuco vs. Carbon Fiber

Pernambuco vs. Carbon Fiber

We explore the differences between pernambuco and carbon fiber bows.

French vs. German Grip

French vs. German Grip

This video explores the differences between french and german grip bass bows.

Glasser Brooklyn Classic Premium Model Double Bass Bow

Instrument: Bass
Level: Beginning

The Glasser Brooklyn Classic Premium Model Double Bass Bow is only available with Natural bow hair and a Brown stick. You may choose any size or frog style, but SHAR no longer carries alternate stick or bow hair colors. 

Glasser Bronx Student Model Double Bass Bow

Instrument: Bass
Level: Beginning

Features horsehair, plastic frog & leatherette grip.

The Glasser Bow Company has been family owned and operated in the Bronx, New York since 1938. Their sturdy fiberglass bows are tough enough to stand up to students and are a popular choice with teachers and schools.

A. Schmidt™ brazilwood bows are a good choice for young players. Offers better flexibility, response, and playability. Fully-lined ebony frog with Parisian style eye, three-part button, thumb leather, wire winding.

A. Schmidt™ brazilwood bows are a good choice for young players. Offers better flexibility, response, and playability. Fully-lined ebony frog with Parisian- style eye, three-part button, thumb leather, wire winding.