Colorful and rich, this bow brings out the best in any cello. This bow has a good amount of bite to it, making projection no problem for most cellos. On the lower strings it creates a buttery sound that draws in the listener. The higher end becomes sweet with this bow, allowing it to sing effortlessly. Playing with this bow is quite smooth as it is flexible, making quick changes in playing style easy when the music demands it.
Stamp: G.R. KNOLL
Octagonal stick, silver winding, sterling silver fitted, selected pernambuco stick
Knoll is a German family synonymous with bow making, beginning in 1932 by master bow maker, Alfred Knoll (1909-1980). Alfred's son, Hartmut Knoll (born in 1937), completed his master craftsman examination in 1965 and took over the company in 1977. Alfred`s grandson Gerald Knoll (born in 1968, master craftsman examination 1998) then took over the workshop in 2003 and continues to run it today. Knoll are renowned for their fine German bows for all stringed instruments. Their craftsman make use of Brazilian woods, precious metals and high quality natural materials such as mother of pearl and horse hair with the upmost care. - Knoll Workshop
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