Glasser Carbon-Fiber Bows
The Glasser company traces its roots back to 1938, when Leon Glasser began handcrafting wooden bows in his small Bronx, New York workshop. Much has changed since that time: Wood has been replaced by synthetic materials; beginning with fiberglass, then graphite, followed by carbon fiber. Meanwhile, computer assisted design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) has brought new levels of precision to the bow making process.
Glasser Braided Carbon Fiber bows represent the latest in bow technology. These patented bows are the ideal choice for expert musicians. They offer exceptional performance and are highly responsive. Unlike standard composite bows which are hollow, these bows have a solid core to give them an even feel and balance.
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Glasser bows contain no elephant ivory, fossil ivory, tortoiseshell, lizard skin, controlled abalone shell (e.g. Black Abalone or White Abalone) or products from other controlled species.