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  1. I have given the debate topic of this thread a large amount of thought over the years. And after years of buying and selling (many) bows, developing a taste for what works for my playing style and instrument, I have settled on two bows that for me personify the sound versus playability question. One is a very old bow by a very fine known maker that has a dark, dense sound that is even throughout my instrument and always comes in first or second in bow comparisons with colleagues. However it is a bit unwieldy to play, particularly repertoire which requires an agile right hand, like