CodaBow Luma Violin Bow

Product information "CodaBow Luma Violin Bow"

Following the example of the great French bow makers Lamy and Voirin, the LUMA has a dazzling timbre as well as a silky soft handling. The design of the aero frog relieves the hand. The low weight of the stick allows an easy and fast reaction for difficult technical passages. The sound and agility of the bow harmonize well in ensembles and are suitable for players of all styles. It appeals especially to players who want lightness in weight and character. Who play CodaBow?

The bows are manufactured in the USA. Frogs and buttons are manufactured by Walter Paulus GmbH in Germany (Bavaria). To our CodaBow Website.

The bows feature GlobalBow® technology and contain only harmless materials. Thus the bow can be taken carefree on journeys.

Quality features

GlobalBow® Technology

Sound: Rich in nuances, warm

Play feeling light and agile

10 years manufacturer warranty (Registration CodaBow)



Action/Stiffness: Medium-Soft
Balance Point: Center-Frog
Bogen Design: Diamond Weave Architecture
Bow Frog: Bow Frog Crafted From XEBONY®
Button: Three-Part Button
Colour: Brown
Instrument: Violin
Material: carbon
Montur: Nickel Silver Fittings
Player Skill Level: Advanced
Playing Experience: Light, Nimble
Size: 4/4
Sound: Shimmery, Warm
Stick: Round Stick
Travel: GlobalBow® Certified
Weight: Medium-Light
Winding: Silver-Plated Winding

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April 14, 2021 12:19

The Luma actually helped me to improve my playing technique

As I progressed to a 5 string electric, came the need for a bow that could pull that heavy C string. And naturally I remained with Codabow and with some reading and advices I chose the Luma. Comparing to the Prodigy, its light as a feather (which I didn’t like at the beginning), I could barely feel it in my hand. After a few weeks, I got used to it and felt that it actually helped me to improve my playing technique. Fast response, good tone and definitely a different weight distribution compared to the Prodigy. It felt more like a grown up bow and really more versatile for playing 5 strings.