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JonPaul Carrera Violin Bow

JonPaul Carrera Violin Bow

Regular price $1,587.00
Regular price Sale price $1,587.00
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  • Carbon Fiber Shaft
  • Silver Fittings
  • Ebony Frog
  • 4/4 Size

JonPaul Bows

JonPaul is an American maker of exceptional carbon fiber and Pernambuco wood bows.

Manufacturer's Descriptions

Our premier bow helps you play your best.

Patterned after an exquisite Pajeot bow, this is our finest silver mounted bow. Built into the design of the Carrera is perfect balance, weight, and flexibility, which not only enhances your techniques as a player, but creates warm, rich and powerful tones. The distinctive appearance features a textured, “varnished” finish with elegant red-brown hues. Mounted in sterling silver with a fan-tail button.

Support IPCI with Your Purchase

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

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Phil B
Excellent bow, excellent service

Purchasing a rather expensive violin bow online might seem risky, but no such worries with JS Fisher. Jim answered all my questions quickly and completely. The bow was well-packed and promptly shipped. It is a wonderful instrument, meeting all my expectations. Both the Carrera bow and purchasing from JS Fisher are highly recommended.

Thomas J. Perkins
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I really appreciated the personal attention I received from J.S. Fisher Violins. I had researched purchasing a high-end carbon bow and obtained a Marquise Coda Bow an Arcus M5 and a JonPaul Carerra. James Fisher had to order the JonPaul from the dealer, but as soon as it arrived he shipped all three to me for a week's trial. I found the Arcus at 51.6 grams too light for me. I spent the entire week comparing the Coda Bow and JonPaul. The Coda was a little heavier at 62.3 grams compared to the JonPaul at 58.5 grams. I play Bluegrass in jams with other musicians, sometimes outside, so wanted a more sturdy bow than my pernambuco. The Coda played slightly louder, but the JonPaul was more distinct and subtle. I picked the JonPaul. It plays better than my pernambuco. The other bonus is that it is beautifully crafted and was the best looking of the three bows. I couldn't happier with my purchase and in dealing with J.S. Fisher.