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    Bellafina Woodblock Rosin-Light
    From $229.00
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    D'Addario Natural Rosin
    From $273.00
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    Pops' Bass Rosin Bass Rosin
    $1099.00
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    Andrea Rosin Solo Violin Rosin
    From $2099.00
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    Andrea Rosin Symphony Violin Rosin
    $3299.00
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  6. The String Centre Pocket Rosin
    $199.00
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  7. Andrea Rosin Symphony Cello Rosin
    $3599.00
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  8. Pirastro Gold Rosin for Violin, Viola, or Cello
    $1179.00
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  9. D'Addario Artcraft Series Rosin
    From $499.00
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  10. Hidersine Supergrip Rosin
    From $999.00
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  11. Otto Musica Otto Natural Rosin Regular For Violin/Viola/Cello With Italian Ingredients
    From $299.00
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  12. Pirastro Goldflex Rosin
    $1459.00
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  13. Kolstein Ultra formulation Supreme Cello Rosin
    $1350.00
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  14. Kolstein Ultra Formulation Supreme Violin Rosin
    $1350.00
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    Kolstein Ultra Formulation Supreme Bass Rosin
    $1350.00
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  16. Hill Rosin
    $1299.00
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  17. Pirastro Olive Rosin
    $1299.00
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    Thomastik Dominant Rosin for Violin & Viola
    $1199.00
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  19. D'Addario Kaplan Premium Rosin
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  20. Hidersine Cello Rosin
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Even if you have the highest quality bow in your string ensemble, you can't reach your greatest playing potential without rosin. To put it simply, rosin is needed to give your bow the friction it needs to move across your instrument's strings and make a sound. There are many different types of rosin to choose from on today's market - but by sticking to this selection, you can bet that any choice you make will be from a trusted rosin brand like Super Sensitive, Bellafina, Hidersine or Glaesel.

The instrument you play will be the ultimate factor in deciding which rosin is best for you. For example, lighter (amber) rosins are hard and dense, making them ideal for violins and violas. On the other hand, cellists usually opt for medium rosin while double bassists go with darker, stickier rosins because they grip better to thicker strings. If you play the violin or viola, try a top seller like the Super Sensitive Violin/Viola Rosin. Priced affordably for students, this rosin is high in quality and will provide your bow with all the friction it needs to master your bowing technique.

Another great rosin choice is the Pirastro Gold Rosin for Violin, Viola or Cello. This medium-light rosin is in the round cake style and works exceptionally well for all three instruments. Now, if the double bass is your stringed instrument of choice, try a popular seller like the Kolstein Ultra Formulation Supreme Bass Rosin. Strong and long-lasting, this rosin is just what you need to bring your double bass skills to the forefront.

With so many excellent rosin choices, you could spend all day considering your options. Whatever you ultimately choose, just remember that your bow needs to be tightened before any rosin is applied to it. Most pros agree that 5 or 10 strokes or rosin should be more than enough to give your bow the traction it needs to run smoothly over your strings. So without further hesitation, start browsing the rest of this catalog - the right rosin for you is definitely waiting in these pages.
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