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ruth

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bows
« on: Sunday, November 2 2008 02:05PM GMT-1 »
I think I noticed Jon using a baroque bow - what are the advantages?

BoldSirAndy

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Re: bows
« Reply #1 on: Sunday, November 2 2008 04:47PM GMT-1 »
It's not a baroque bow but a rather more modern Incredibow. Have a look...

http://www.incredibow.com/

I've had one for over a year now and not broken a single hair. Doesn't play as nicely as an expensive wood bow but it doesn't wobble, weighs next to nothing, which I know some people don't like but is very easy on the arm, is practically indestructible and very good value. I bought mine when the exchange rate was still around the £1=$2 mark and payed less than £80 total.

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Re: bows
« Reply #2 on: Sunday, November 2 2008 05:43PM GMT-1 »
There's a thread about it further back somewhere!
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