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  • January Carbon Fiber Bow Giveaway

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    We so much appreciate our Magic Rosin® friends spreading the good word--and these giveaways are a big part of that.  Thank you again for your continued entries and support! 

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  • Comments on this post (92 comments)

    • RZ says...

      Just got a new viola, a new bow to go with it would be amazing!

      On January 31, 2014

    • Mary Ann says...

      My son is a budding violinist

      On January 31, 2014

    • Sarah says...

      Adventurous fiddle seeks new soulmate: looking for someone someone tall and slender, with long hair. I like the strong type. Must enjoy music, from classical to bluegrass. Looking for a long-term relationship.

      On January 30, 2014

    • Kaite says...

      I would love to try a carbon fiber bow and i hope whoever wins it should give the rest of us a hint at if its worth buying

      On January 30, 2014

    • Roy Robuck says...

      Learned an new way to improve 3 finger vibrato. Looking forward to trying Magic Rosin.

      On January 30, 2014

    • Brendan says...

      I’ve learned recently violin is about playing in the style of: “Control without tension”. A very tricky principal.

      On January 30, 2014

    • Parker says...

      This would be awesome to win, I just started out and the bow I got weighs as much as a tank.

      On January 25, 2014

    • Anne Bussell says...

      tHIS WOULD BE AWESOME. i AM JUST STARTING OUT WITH THE FIDDLE BUT i CAN TELL A BETTER BOW WOULD REALLY HELP ME OUT.

      On January 24, 2014

    • Jordan Riehm says...

      I’ve learned about the difference between speed and pressure when bowing, and how combined with timing, you can create more expressive and accurate phrasing. For example, you can have a long bow going then at the right moment help to stop your bow not only by slowing or stopping your arm but timing your pressure to get a nice staccato at just the right moment.

      On January 19, 2014

    • Sefrah says...

      EXAMS ARE OVER!!!!! My last two exams happened to be orchestra and music theory II (on the same day!) and now i have a 5 day weekend :3 it would be an extra treat for doing so well on my exams to win a new bow for my violin!

      On January 18, 2014

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