Premium rosin from American bowmakers William Salchow. The first choice rosin of many professional players. Light or dark.
3 out of 3 found the following review helpful
Pros: I love almost everything about the salchow rosin, the smell of the new rosin not used, the way that it lets you make as big a sound as possible that doesn't consume too much energy, the richness in tone that it allows you to make, and finally how long it can last and stay fresh for.
Cons: How much i had to clean my violin because i used it so much!
5 out of 7 found the following review helpful
Pros: I love this rosin! I first discovered it when some was brought back from NYC for me and my bow spits if I put anything else on it now. It seems very smooth, not dusty and has some magic ingredient in it that makes it different from any of the others I have used.
Cons: There is nothing I don't like about this rosin. It just works.
7 out of 11 found the following review helpful
Pros: It goes on smoothly and does not create sharp broken crystals. I was pleasantly pleased to see that my teacher and professional player is also using this brand.
Cons: I guess I might have liked a posher case - BUT - the soft cloth attached to the rosin which is then inside a little brown cloth 'purse' is quite compressible taking up minimal space. I'll stick!!
Other: Stringzone is my first port of call! Stringzones' 'service' is superb with their ready helpfulness and enthusiasm in assisting you to make the best choice. They really want you to have a good purchasing experience and to enjoy your purchase(s).
3 out of 4 found the following review helpful
Pros: Was highly recommended by my cello teacher, works well, high quality, ideal for cellos
Cons: Packaging in a cloth, could be improved by having a protective box as well