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I was wondering how the Coda Bow stacks up against other carbon composite or fiberglass bows. Is it as good as the Berg Bow or Spiccato Bow by Benoit Rolland. I read in the Strings magazine concerning these bows a while ago and am not sure whether this information is valid.

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: I've tried all three and like the Spiccato bow. It's adjustment seems to work well, it looks good and it plays nicely. More expensive, but you get what you pay for. All three have their good points when price is considered. Liked the price of the Coda and the balance of the Berg.....

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: : I've tried all three and like the Spiccato bow. It's adjustment seems to work well, it looks good and it plays nicely. More expensive, but you get what you pay for. All three have their good points when price is considered. Liked the price of the Coda and the balance of the Berg.....

The Berg bow is superior to all. It's a fact. Also, the others are made with poor craftsmanship. Notice how the frogs don't fit either the Spic. nor especially the Coda. They're just cheap bows.

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: The Berg bow is superior to all. It's a fact. Also, the others are made with poor craftsmanship. Notice how the frogs don't fit either the Spic. nor especially the Coda. They're just cheap bows.

Frogs don't fit? I have Codabow, and the frog fits

fine. I'm quite happy with it.

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: I was wondering how the Coda Bow stacks up against other carbon composite or fiberglass bows. Is it as good as the Berg Bow or Spiccato Bow by Benoit Rolland. I read in the Strings magazine concerning these bows a while ago and am not sure whether this information is valid.

I have spent time with both the Coda and the Berg bows and I feel comfortable opining that the Berg bow is superior in every way. Balance, tone, weight, flexibility and just general feel are far superior. I really wanted to like the Coda as much as the Berg, because it is so much cheaper. After purchasing a Berg and comparing it to a Coda, I immediately put in my order for anothe Berg to use with the violin that I teach with. The Berg is twice as much and worth every penny!

Paul

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