Choosing a good violin bow is just as important as choosing the right violin. While easy to overlook, your violin bow can have a significant effect on your instruments sound, which makes choosing the right bow extremely important. Generally, beginning players will find a good fit with a fiberglass bow as it is durable and inexpensive. Advancing players will want to consider either a Brazilwood or Pernambuco bow as they will be able to hear a clear tonal difference. Shop our selection of Howard Core, Döerfler, and Knoll violin bows.