A violin dealer is going to send me 3 violin bows made out of fine brazilwood by Lamy, Morizot and Pajeot.
Is a higher end brazilwood violin bow equivalent in quality and performance to a mid-end pernambucco bow?
Basically, I'm curious if a higher end brazilwood violin bow would equal the performance of about a $3,000-5,000 good pernambucco bow?
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