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5 different German bows, 6-string violone

Discussion in 'DB Classifieds Archive' started by bassbaterie, Apr 24, 2010.


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  1. bassbaterie

    bassbaterie

    Dec 14, 2003
    Houston Texas
    Director, Quantum Bass Center
    -H.A. Stohr original Viennese model bow - long, heavy German bow (about 155 gr). Suitable for Brahms and other late repertoire; excellent heavy spiccato, big, lush sound. Excellent condition, new hair. $1800 or best.

    - Albert Nurnberger, stamped 'Soviet Occupied', about 126 gr. Hard to beat as a solo bow, it draws an extremely pretty sound with lots of nuance and color. Clean though delicate spiccato, it suits early orchestra rep and light-gauge strings such as Corelli. $4500 or best.

    - 3 Chinese-made Pernambuco silver-mounted bows: Viennese model, elliptical stick model, and Pfretzchner model. All like-new condition. The results of my search for the best Chinese bows, these are all well-crafted bows that played better than anything in their price category. Selling the ones I tried at cost. $425 ea.

    -Charlie Ogle Workshop 2005 G or D violone, 6 strings, flawless condition, with two bows and a very nice padded bag. Can ship Southwest at buyer's expense.

    Violone: $3900. It is the first or second one the maker made of this model, and the fingerboard, varnish and workmanship are much nicer than on the new ones, which are selling for $4500.

    bow elliptical frog.

    German elliptical-stick bow, sterling silver mounted, 29.9" long. Email me for more pics
     

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  2. Provbass1

    Provbass1 Supporting Member

    Apr 11, 2009
    Hi- Do you have pictures/measurements?

    Thanks
     
  3. can you post pictures of the Nürnberger and the Violone please?

    thanks
     
  4. Provbass1

    Provbass1 Supporting Member

    Apr 11, 2009
    Id like to see some, too.
     

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