Gewa Rosin Karwendel

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Rosin For Violin

  • Resin from Karwendel
  • In cork cover
Item number 103221
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Hard No
soft No
Medium Yes
Fluid No
Packaging quantity 1
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$2.15
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Like when I was a kid.
Stevetf 26.10.2021
This rosin reminds me of the rosin that I used when I first started playing (many years ago). It still adds a nice bite to the bow, which is great for up-tempo lively playing. It's also very easy and clean to use as the rosin block has a thin cork covering on the bottom and two long sides, which totally avoids getting sticky fingers. Only the red case has changed - when I was a kid it was cardboard, and now it's plastic - it would be nice if they went back to cardboard.
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OK for beginner
Olivier de Lame 09.06.2018
Use: for violin bows:
++ : really cheap and very good for its price
+- Take care not to touch the hair of the bow with the plastic of the package. Not a big issue though.
- you get only a small quantity of the product; however you have enough for several months.

All and all use this instead of the rosin that comes with the violin (I bought a Stentor SR1500 Violin Student II): while you might not see the difference in the beginning, after some time you really must pass to something better, and Gewa Rosin Karwendel is a good product for its price.
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Nice and cheap
Dora.L 08.12.2020
It doesn what it should
One tiny thing is that the wood piece on the side isn't glue on 100% and the bow hair get stuck in between sometime. And the wood piece on the side fell off eventually. DOesn't really affect the use tho.
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Spetsnave 03.09.2020
I haven’t used any Rosin since my daughter was learning the violin when she was 8 through to 16
She’s 36 now so a few years ago.
I use a bow on electric guitar and bass for a bit of fun and can’t fault it.
Probably if I tried some more expensive Rosin I would see a difference but for what I use it for it ticks all the boxes for me.
The residue wipes off the strings easily enough with a soft cloth.
Worth the massive expense.👍
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