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Andrea Solo Rosin, Mini

4.8 from 31 reviews
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Description

A Premium rosin made by Cremona in America.

This rosin provides a powerful, yet sensitive sound for the soloist. It enables maximized projection and extra clear bow articulation.

Supplied in a strong plastic case.


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Helen
25/10/2012 13:16
Trimdon Grange, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

THE PERFECT ROSIN.
12 out of 13 found the following review helpful

Pros: I believe this is possibly the best Rosin on the market. Clearest articulation yet from any rosin I've ever used. I play on Larsen Medium strings and it suits them very well. I'm impressed with both of the Andrea Bang rosins available at the Stringzone, but this one is the perfect rosin in my opinion.

Cons: I would like to buy a larger size than what is available.

Other: Although expensive, it's worth the money for the clear sound. Great service and choice here at the Stringzone.

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Nigel
25/05/2012 05:51
Bicester, United Kingdom

Professional

My 1st Choice rosin
5 out of 7 found the following review helpful

Pros: The rosin is exactly as described

Cons: none

Other: - also worth trying 'Andrea Bang A Piacere', especially for newly changed strings. I was surprised how much difference these rosins make to my violin's sound

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Alan
22/01/2012 19:50
Epsom, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

An excellent rosin
4 out of 5 found the following review helpful

Pros: Clean, smooth and flexible grip on the string, producing a clear tone

Cons: Nothing

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Stephen Lau
21/12/2016 14:25
Leeds, United Kingdom

Professional

Gives a lot of grip
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: It gives my quite a lot of grip and friction. Very suitable for soloist who needs a lot of tension and volume.

Cons: The only back side is the noise and sometimes too much of grips even just applying small amount of rosin. But this can be overcome by mixing with other rosins. For example,I mixed with with Hills dark and it gives a better performance.

Other: Better store within a bag as the case is rigid,unlike the Hills which has a piece of cloth protecting

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Desmond
26/07/2016 11:06
Bedford, United Kingdom

Beginner

Andrea Solo: the best rosin I've tried.
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: The Andrea Solo Rosin is a little stickier than my former Gustave Bernardel Rosin. I've not used it through a summer yet so will wait to see if it proves 'too' sticky for this time of year. Unlike the Bernardel's white powdery finish, the Andrea also has a pinkish brown colour and creates less dust. You can use it much less frequently than the Bernadel and its grip seem firmer and smoother. Definitely worth the price and highly recommended.

Cons: None, yet.

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David
15/07/2015 11:35
London, United Kingdom

Professional

Definitely worth trying
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: The rosin itself seems to bring out the qualities of each particular string more than I had previously noticed but there is a good feeling of contact and control at different bow speeds that I'm quite liking at the moment.

Cons: The rosin container looks OK but there is no cloth support and it is easy to get rosin on your fingers when you apply it to the bow.

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MR Breakspear
15/11/2013 13:28
LEEDS, United Kingdom

Professional

Not for the faint hearted.
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Very grippy - essential for the "Incredihair" artificial hair I use (which lasts for ever!)

Cons: You do need to get the balance just right between too much and too little rosin.

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Soizic.n.
22/09/2013 17:24
Truro, United Kingdom

Professional

great products, requires great service. SZ gets it
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: all pros really....its like im using a different bow....and the grip feeling seems to last for ages......lovely sticky rosin

Cons: pft! none at all

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KAREN
17/09/2012 08:39
Bognor Regis, United Kingdom

Teacher

expensive but good!
2 out of 3 found the following review helpful

Pros: nice solid plastic casing protects the rosin well. It's a strong rosin, so use sparingly!

Cons: it is quite a dusty rosin, for the size, it's bloomin' expensive!

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Jonathan
29/04/2017 15:25
Newtownards, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

Prefer with darker sounding cello.

Pros: Nice sturdy plastic case. Easy to open and close. Easy to apply.

Cons: Size is a bit small for the price.

Other: Works well with my darker sounding cello with (Larsen/Spirocore strings), also used on another brighter cello (Jargar/Spirocore strings) didn't like it as much, overall good rosin.

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