Egidius Dörfler turned his small workshop into what we know today as the Dörfler house through perfection, extremely high quality standards and artistic intuition.
To build their bows, Dörfler use only selected pernambuco woods that have been stored and dried to perfection for approximately 30 years. The pernambuco is ideal for constructing high level violin, viola and cello bows due to its great hardness, density and elasticity.
The bristles of the bow are formed by white mane of steppe horses from the interior of Asia. The assemblies are made of mother-of-pearl and precious metals, giving the Dörfler bows an elegant appearance and a long service life.
Guided by research and constant improvement, Dörfler has optimized the design of the bows to ensure good performance and excellent tonal qualities, as well as exceptional aesthetics.
As for their high-end bows, the Dörfler Master bows exert a great influence on the sound, purity, strength and sharpness of the tone. Through these bows the player can influence the attack process in very different ways, causing the tonal effect and the bow transitions to produce the effects that he or she desires.
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