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TerryT
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I am amazed at how old people of my age are.....

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Did you blow one?

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No, I was gonna throw my bouncing bow down the street.

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Try altering the angle of attack and pressure applied? I don't know. But that was a specific example we were given in our physics class a year ago or so 🙂 The correct answer at the time was to increase friction by pushing down more, and changing the angle of which the bow moved 🙂

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I just got a lighter bow and the bouncy went away. It has happened once or twice since, generally at the top end of the bow. I think it was happening because my weak and inexperienced bow arm wasn't keeping constant speed/pressure.

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Fiddlerman
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February 6, 2012 - 7:41 am
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I made a video for some members that were having the same problem. The tension in the wrist builds as you approach the tip. I'll try to find it later. Have to run soon to play string quintet.

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Samuel L Boogie
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Fiddlerman said

The tension in the wrist builds as you approach the tip.

That's what I was trying to explain. More practice and stronger wrist ftw! Would explain why a lighter bow makes it easier as well.

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TerryT
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Thanks chaps, I'd be interested in seeing this video
(before I beat the cat around the head with my bow lol)

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Here's the topic about bouncing:

https://fiddlerman.com/forum/learning-to-play/bouncing-cant-stop-it/

Video is there too =)

I'm still following those advices and my bouncing reduced (same bow, different day =)) A LOT since then birthday_balloon

Maybe it could be helpful.... dancing

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Thanks Naska,

I'll go and annoy the neighbours with 15 minutes of open strings (its nearly 10pm here, so they will really appreciate it hahahaha.sleep

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Fiddlerman
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I used to get the broom banging on the ceiling from an old lady that lived under us in an apartment in Gavle Sweden. ROFL

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Haha, was that before you were famous?dazed

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Why did this post twice, are you doubly famous?
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Fiddlerman
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LOL,

Actually I was a little well known in that little city. I was the alternate concertmaster and the local newspaper made a great big full page story on me that said something like "The Concertmaster is a Grillmaster" and a giant picture of me with my apron.....

They bought all the stuff I wanted them to, tased my food, and wrote my tips about doing a real American BBQ exactlyThe old lady knew who I was but she was in her 80's and a real pain in the rear.

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This guy has a problem with bouncing bow to!exactly

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That's funny, our bouncing bows are in different leagues, mines purely accidental
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