CodaBow Marquise GS Violin Bow

CodaBow Marquise GS Violin Bow


Regular price $1,295.00
Regular price Sale price $1,295.00
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WEIGHT: Approx. 61.0 Grams

The top of the CodaBow line, the Marquise series offers beautiful, rich, tonality and professional playability.  The shaft is more flexible than that of the CodaBow GX, and the Natural Acoustic Core yields a more nuanced, subtle response and range of tone colors.  Although the Marquise is available in a variety of visual styles - i.e. Marquise GS, Escher, Aero, Tuxedo, and Heritage, the handling and performance is the same throughout.  A professional, responsive, nuanced bow, with a traditional weight and balance.  


  • Rich, Nuanced, Tone
  • Flexible, Carbon Fiber Shaft with Natural Acoustic Core
  • Lifetime Warranty

Manufacturer's Description:

Inspired by centuries of tradition and decades of fine bow making experience, the CodaBow Marquise GS sets the benchmark for master-level violin bows. Designed by the leaders of advanced bow making, the Marquise GS delivers exquisite handling and vibrant sound once exclusive to only the finest master violin bows. Continuous unidirectional carbon fiber extends the full length to enhance sensitivity and response. A masterful blend of advanced and organic fibers yields a tonal vibrancy and resonance unlike any carbon fiber violin bow before. Responsive in the hand and vibrant to the ear, the CodaBow Marquise GS captivates more professional players than any other violin bow.

Travel the World with CodaBow

The CodaBow Marquise GS violin bow contains no ivory, ebony, or endangered, regulated, or monitored species that might otherwise make travelling internationally a challenge.

J.S. Fisher Violins is an authorized CodaBow dealer.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jeff Bialer
Works well for me

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.