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CodaBow Marquise GS Violin Bow


 
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Product Code: COMGA4


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CodaBow Marquise GS

WEIGHT: Approx. 61.0 Grams
WARRANTY: Lifetime

CodaBow's newest creation, the Marquise GS offers the professional player truly superb handling and performance.

Manufacturer's Description:

THE MARQUISE STORY
From Bespoke to Standard-Bearer

For nearly 10 years, CodaBow, together with master bowmaker Roger Zabinski, has crafted bespoke carbon-fiber bows for private musicians. Some of these exclusive bows emulated historically revered bows (Tourte, Peccatte, Pajeot, Voirin, etc.), some matched the performance of much-beloved bows the player already owned, and some were entirely original in their nature. All offered their owners tailored playing characteristics and personalized styling. All delivered a refined and sophisticated experience beyond our popular DIAMOND designs. We referred to these special bows as MARQUISEs, evocative of the distinctive cut of diamond prized for its elegance and sophistication. (Coincidentally, Louis the XV [Louis the Beloved] commissioned the original marquise cut diamond around the time of Francois Tourte’s birth.)

Though we have crafted bespoke MARQUISEs for years on a limited private basis, recent technological breakthroughs allow us to now avail this elevated standard of bow making to the broader public through The Marquise Experience.

MARQUISE GS

Years of crafting MARQUISEs has revealed one design in particular as the most requested. Its optimum balance, flexibility, and weight provides exquisite handling. Its breakthrough organic-fiber architecture expresses a warm, rich, powerful sound. High-sensitivity carbon fibers extending continuously from button to tip plate bestow in it a natural response and beauty. Referred to inside the workshop as the ‘Gold Standard’, this MARQUISE design appeals to discerning players more than any other and is the clear choice as the standard-bearer of the MARQUISE Experience.

Travel Safely with CodaBow

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The CodaBow Marquise GS features CodaBow's GlobalBow technology, and contains no ivory or other endangered, regulated, or monitored species. You can travel safely with your Marquise GS bow, with no worries, hassles, or delays.


Which CodaBow is Right For Me?

CodaBow Marquise GS
  • Rich, Organic Tone
  • Wide Dynamic Range
  • Excellent Tracking
  • Superb Handling and Articulation
  • Top Choice of Professional Players of Classical Music
CodaBow Diamond GX
  • Rich, Powerful Tone
  • Excellent Tracking
  • Excellent Overall Playability and Tone
CodaBow Joule
  • Energetic Response
  • Quick-To-Speak
  • Crisp, Clean Articulation
  • Top Choice of Fiddlers
CodaBow Diamond SX
  • Sweet Tone
  • Similar to GX, but with Less Power
  • Good Choice for Orchestral and Studio Work
CodaBow Luma
  • Soft, Smooth Attack
  • Light-Weight
  • Top Choice for Old-Time and Mountain Music
CodaBow Diamond NX
  • Excellent Value
  • Top Choice for Beginners and Advancing Students
CodaBow Prodigy
  • Excellent Value
  • Very Stable
  • Good Choice for Beginners
Click Here for a more in-depth comparison of the different CodaBow models.

J.S. Fisher Violins is an authorized CodaBow dealer.
CodaBow Marquise GS Experience
Features
  • Rich, Powerful Tone
  • Excellent Balance and Response
  • Carbon Fiber Construction with Pure Kevlar Core
  • Lifetime Warranty

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Works well for me May 25, 2017
Reviewer: Jeff Bialer from Seattle, WA United States  
I like the bow a lot. I have a pernambucco bow and a coda Joule.  The Joule and Marquis are bright and sweet, but the Marquis has much more resonance; it makes my fiddle ring.  The pernambucco bow is more complex, but to my ears the sound is not as clear, so I prefer the Marquis.  Also, the Marquis is easy to move so I can hit all the notes I want to hit.

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