Dark rosin for cello.
8 out of 8 found the following review helpful
Pros: Pirastro Cellisto Rosin is pleasant to use - no vigorous rubbing required. It glides easily onto the bow in a few strokes, holds it's shape and doesn't crumble. Use sparingly - this is good rosin and doesn't need to be overdone. It will last for years and is relatively inexpensive.
Cons: There was one tiny thing that could have made this great rosin even better - a little bag or a better box to keep it in...mine fell apart as it's made from cardboard. I popped mine in a jewellery cloth bag and this worked well.
2 out of 2 found the following review helpful
Pros: Have been usung this rosin for a number of years as I have found that its particular properties help to enhance the quality of tone from the instrument. More expensive than some other rosins, the extra cost is worth paying when it helps to produce such a pleasing tome from the imstrument. Would always recommend pupils of intermediate to advanced standard to buy this product.
Cons: Box could be more robust to give it more protection. Otherwise, all other comments are positive.
Pros: I followed my teacher's advice who only buys Pirastro rosin, and am now very satisfied with the sound that the instrument produces.
Cons: The cardboard box might not last very long. I will have to find a sturdier recipient to store and carry my rosin around with me.