Based on 8 Reviews
Reviewed On: 05/04/2019
I am disappointed in this bow. I have used it only a few times but it has already taken a very nasty side bend. I do not overtighten my bows and I always leave them fully relaxed when cased, so this should not have happened so soon. Also, this bow lacks the ability to dig into the string regardless of the type or amount of rosin used. Overall, not happy with this purchase.
Yes | 97 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 06/25/2018
That is pretty responsive, nicely balanced, quality made student bow. I purchased this one after I noticed that my child's playing sound has become dull without any apparent reason (even though her bow technique is correct). Her sound became so much alive immediately! Everyone in our family instantly started making comments on her perfect ;) new sound. Nice!
Yes | 76 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 09/03/2015
For the price, it was a good choice for my middle school daughter. It lasted two years before the screw stripped and she could no longer tighten the hairs.
Yes | 480 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 02/21/2015
I find this little bow to be well made and should certainly handle the needs of very young students. It is sturdy and adjusts easily. It is also very attractive and 'grown up' looking which appeals to many youngsters.
Yes | 555 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 12/21/2014
I bought this one . I liked it a lot. Good sound. Enough weigh to keep balance to play. Thanks. :)
Yes | 659 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 08/09/2014
This bow came as part of the new outfit I bought for my son. He has been playing for 3 years and is ready for a better set. This bow has a very heavy sound and a very poor quality tone when trying to play piano (pianissimo is not possible with this bow). It is also poorly balanced and UTTERLY unforgiving. It is described as being a GOOD, FLEXIBLE bow well-suited to young players. It is NEITHER of these things. After 2 months trying to get used to it, we've officially declared it worthless and I will be replacing it immediately.If I could give it NO STARS, I would.
Yes | 637 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 04/28/2013
I bought this bow and the wood is a little bent and the silver part near the frog, when I opened the package, was broken and was moving when it's not supposed to
Yes | 611 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 02/26/2008
I bought this bow as a loaner bow for my students. It's fabulous for the price! Although flexible, it has adequate firmness, excellent tone, and is well-balanced. This bow has amazing projection as well. For the price and purpose, it's a steal. The first student I loaned it to bought it from me!
Yes | 520 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 09/10/2020
Hi Dang, thank you for your question! The weight of this bow is 61.7 grams. Let us know if you have any further questions.
Yes | 15 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 01/02/2020
Hello Monica! Both bows are made from Brazilwood, but the A Schmidt violin bow is made from slightly higher quality wood and has a little more weight than the Schmidt Workshop bow. Both bows would not be eligible for rehair at our shop, since the bows cost is less than that of a violin bow rehair. Let us know if you have any other questions!
Yes | 26 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 03/02/2019
Hello Charis! For accurate stock information on this bow, please call us at 800-248-7427. Thanks!
Yes | 56 people found this question helpful