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Arcus M6 Cello Bow
Arcus M6 Cello Bow
 
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Product Code: NVA3VCM6

Description
 

Arcus Bows

Arcus bows are light, agile, and lightning-fast. Recommended for professionals seeking agility, power, and brilliance.

Arcus M Series Cello Bows

Manufacturer's Description

If you are looking for a bow that enhances the warmth in the sound of your instrument, an Arcus M is most probably the right bow. It works really well with all smaller celli that are often a bit brighter in sound. The M-bows draw a very full, warm and rich sound which is also clear and provides good brilliance. They are good for the entire repertoire and provide great comfort, so that even after long hours of playing the bow arm still feels light and relaxed.

Travel with Your Arcus Bow

Arcus bows contain no ivory, tortoiseshell, lizard skin, or other controlled species. You may travel with your Arcus bow with no worries or hassles.

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Help preserve the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil, where Pernambuco wood (Caesalpinia Echinata) is grown. A portion of the proceeds from every bow we sell is donated to the International Pernambuco Conservation Initiative. To learn more about IPCI and how you can help, please visit www.ipci-usa.org.


Features
  • Approx. 73 Grams
  • Round, High-Density, Composite Carbon Fiber Shaft
  • Snakewood Frog with Mother of Pearl Eye and Silver Fittings
  • Black & Sterling Silver Winding
  • 30-Year Transferable Limited Warranty

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Arcus M6 Cello bow review July 20, 2017
Reviewer: Jean from Bala Cynwyd, PA United States  
I got three Arcus cello bows on trial, M5, M6 and M7. Arcus cello bows are slightly longer and at 72 grams, the M Series are lighter than a Penambuco wood bow. I prefer the light weight for chamber music but it also has lots of power in reserve for orchestra playing. The M6 draws a smooth and powerful sound, which is just right on my bright sounding cello. It is subtle in pianissimos and pleasantly easy in fortissimos. It does take some time to get used to the different feel than a good Pernambuco bow. If you can afford but don't want to dish out over $10k for an antique French bow, an M6 is well worth the price.

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