Carbon Fiber Bows for Professionals and Students - Responsive and Well Balanced - Best Overall Choice in this Price Range
Our best-selling line of bows, CodaBow bows are meticulously crafted in a small shop in Minnesota, under the direct supervision of the company's founders. Outstanding quality. Perfectly balanced, agile, with a beautiful, complex tone. Models designed for beginners though professionals, with specific models designed for the particular needs of fiddlers and folk players. We highly recommend.
Which CodaBow is Right For Me?
Professional Players of Classical Music We Recommend . . .
Players of Folk Music We Recommend . . .
Players of Electric Instruments and Acoustic or Electric 5-String Instruments We Recommend . . .
Beginners & Advancing Students We Recommend . . .
CodaBow Diamond GX
Rich, Powerful Tone
Excellent Playabality and Tone
Crisp, Clean Articulation
CodaBow Diamond SX
Similar to GX, but with Less Power
Soft, Smooth Attack
CodaBow Diamond NX
Frequently Asked Questions
Is J.S. Fisher Violins an Authorized CodaBow dealer?
Yes. We have a long established relationship with CodaBow. We purchase CodaBow products directly from their workshop in Winona, Minnesota. And, we work together to answer customer questions and meet any service needs that arise.
What does the CodaBow warranty cover?
Please see CodaBow's warranty page at: http://codabow.com/promise.html for a description of what is and is not covered under their warranty. The folks at CodaBow have always been friendly and professional, offering excellent service to our customers, both before and after the sale.
Where can I get my CodaBow rehaired? Are CodaBows rehaired in a special way?
CodaBow bows are rehaired in the traditional way, and can be serviced by whomever you trust with your wooden bows. Or, if you prefer, you can contact CodaBow at 888-CODABOW to arrange service by mail. Their fees are very reasonable.
What rosin do you recommend for CodaBow bows? We recommend rosins based on desired playing characteristics and tone, style of music, type of strings, and other factors. And, there are certainly rosins that we recommend more highly than others for all bows. But, there is no one rosin that we recommend specifically for CodaBow bows. For more, please see our Guide to Rosin. When preparing bows for trial, we generally use a blend of Andrea Solo and Melos Light.
Are CodaBow bows available in a choice of colors? No. The CodaBow SX and Joule bows have a Natural Graphite (Grey) tint, and the rest are tinted brown. They are, however, quite attractive in either color - much more visually appealing than other carbon fiber bows.