Post by d̗̰̗͆͘ǎ͔̱͈̰̬̫ͨ̌ͮͥ͗ͭ̕vid on May 1, 2019 21:51:41 GMT
I use thicker bamboo Beijing styled bow. I think it allows for a more wide dynamic range than thin bamboo. Shanghai styled bows are a bit difficult to remove from the strings imo.jointless bows are more comfortable to play
Nikki can you please give an update of your bow and bridges? I am curious with your results. I am a wood worker and have lots of scrap wood lying to play with some bridge making but I can't justify the time to make a bridge or two. Your insight would be a nice read! best, Mike
Sorry for the long wait for an answer, but I can't say much about it because I don't play the erhu properly yet. Now I have finally found a teacher in the Netherlands and I am going there for the first time in early September. She will probably judge my erhu and accessories. Then I can tell you more.