W. Seifert bows are artistically crafted in Germany in the respected shop of Lothar Seifert. Ideal for the advancing player who desires a strong, well- balanced, medium weight pernambuco bow which produces a full tone. Nickel- mounted ebony frog with Parisian eye, three-part button, and wire winding. Octaganal stick.
In the tradition of the great French archetiers, we are proud to offer these impressive bows of fine and outstanding playability. For the player seeking a strong bow with very warm sound, excellent control and fast response, but without breaking the bank, look no further! Easily comparable to European bows costing twice the price, these master-made bows are the finest Chinese-made bows we have yet found. Our bow expert and master restorer, David Crowder, has said, "These bows have excellent quality wood and are crafted to very high standards. The shape of the heads is refined, the fittings are installed with care, and the sticks are strong."
Beautiful, high-quality Pernambuco. Flexible stick of medium weight. Silver mounted.
A talented American maker, Raguse studied bowmaking with Lloyd Liu and William Salchow in the 1970s before establishing his own studio in Chicago from 1977 through 1996, during which time he won numerous awards in bowmaking competitions. Raguse takes great care in the wood selection, carefully choosing each blank based on its elasticity, density, quality and grain orientation before handcrafting it into a unique creation. For the past decade, Raguse has crafted fine bows in his studio on Michigan's Leelanau peninsula. An idyllic location to create these exquisite bows.
We're excited to introduce these master-made bows from Steffan Kuhnla of Bad Bambrach, Germany. Having apprenticed with R. Messing, C.O. Durrschmidt and R.H. Leicht in the 1980s, Kuhnla became a master bowmaker in 1988 and has crafted outstanding bows for thousands of musicians since that time. The choice selection of pernambuco and Kuhnla's exacting craftsmanship produces bows that play effortlessly, speak with clarity, and reveal the full range of the instrument's tone.