Bows

JD Hill (French) - $2,500 - 150 grams, 69 cm, balance point of 5 1/4" in front of frog, 8 3/4 " from end of stick - Another strong bow.

I am fortunate to have two Vincenzo Deluccia bows for sale. Both are typical of Deluccia's shop. They are slightly heavier than normal sticks and very strong. They are lightly cambered. These are highly desirable bows for the professional orchestral bassist.

V. Deluccia (French) - $10,000 - 146 grams, 67.1cm, round pernambuco stick

V. Deluccia (French) - $10,000 - 155 grams, 67.5cm, round pernambuco stick

Joseph Kun (French) - $4,500 - I have two of these, one at 149 grams and the other at 155 grams, both are 68.3cm with a balance point of 5.5" in front of frog, 9.5" from end of stick. Better than a Deluccia and at less than half the price. These are GREAT bows! The pernambuco is very heavy and dense which allowed Kun to make a stick that is slimmer than some bows 15-20 grams lighter. Both have silver tips.

W. Seifert (French) - $1,500 - 137 grams, 69cm, octagonal pernambuco stick, silver fittings

Duhaut (1/2 size French) - $500 - 108 grams, 62.2cm

Joseph Richter (French) - $300 - 126 grams, 65.7cm

R. Hart PHILA (French) - $400 - 150 grams, 70cm

Jean Paul Martin (French) - Brazilwood - $300 (new bow, hand selected)

Core Select 200 Series (German) - Carbon fiber - $300

Luger (French) - Brazilwood - $200

R. A. Meinel (French) - pernambuco - $150

unmarked (French) - $150 - 165 grams, 67.2cm