With the arrival of a new baby to our family, I will be taking some time away from the bench. My business partner, Jon Price, will still be working at the shop and providing instrument services and sales.
I will begin accepting customer work on November 1st and already have a log of clients in line for work. Feel free to reach out to be added to my list and I’ll contact you as soon as I get back to the shop to ensure a quick turnaround on services.
Would you like to unlock the full potential of your instrument? Whether you are in the market for a new violin, viola, or cello bow or simply need a bow rehair, I want you to discover the full range of tonal possibilities of your instrument and bow. You have poured countless hours into obsessing over every musical detail, your instrument and bow technicians should be no different.
Check out our blog to see how I am consumed with the endless details of making, restoring, and servicing of violin family instruments and bows. New for 2020, we will be featuring guest writers, bow makers, and instrument makers from around the world.
I would love for you to see how my violin, viola, and cello bows can effortlessly give you endless colors and tonal variety. Or how, by just a simple rehair, I can maximize the full potential of your current bow. Contact me now to make an appointment for your PERFECT bow rehair done with our standard next-day service or to demo some of my handcrafted bows!
I want to thank you for visiting AD Bows, LLC, the site for bow maker, Anthony DiMambro. I am partnered with violin maker, Jonathon Price, to offer complete service, sales, and restoration of violin family instruments and bows. Together we are dedicated to providing the most professional, expert, and timely services in Southeast Michigan.
We just completed a book about the unique and specialized tools that bow makers use. This is done in an attempt to break down one of the barriers of entry into bow making. Many specialized tools are not commercially available or are extremely cost prohibitive due to small batch productions. The ability to make one’s own tools is a necessary skill for any bow maker or restorer.
This book is full of detailed plans and procedures on how to make over two dozen different bow making tools and jigs. Each tool is presented in detail with high quality diagrams, dimensions, and procedures. This manual should prove to be a useful resource and great place to start for those bow makers new to tool making.