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Excellent student-grade dark rosin for violin, viola or cello!

Large round cake on cloth backing, packaged in SHAR rosin box. Dark rosin is more sticky than light rosin, so it is sometimes preferred by players who desire a greater pull from their bow hair and a more rich, textured tone. Dark rosin is also preferred by some who are in colder and more dry regions.

Warranty Info

1-Year Limited Warranty
This item comes with SHAR's 1 year warranty covering defects of workmanship or materials. General wear and tear or mis-use are not covered. Non-transferable.

30-Day Rosin Return Policy
Unopened and unused rosin may be returned within 30 days for any reason. We will not accept rosin back that has been used or damaged in anyway.

If you have any questions about this product's warranty or to make a return, please contact our Customer Service Department at 800.793.4334 or email us at [email protected]

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  • ANN ARBOR, MI

Asked On: 06/21/2016

Which kind of rosin would be best for a beginner cellist? Light or Dark?

SHAR Answer:

It’s really a matter of personal preference. If you're a violinist, you're probably going to use a light rosin. “Light” rosin is amber colored and preferred by most violinists. “Dark” rosin is a deep jade color and tends to be preferred by violists and cellists. However, you don’t have to stick to this generalization. Dark rosin is stickier than light rosin, so it is usually a better choice in arid environments. It is also less likely to crack in the winter. If I were a beginner cellist, I would choose a dark rosin and see if you like it!

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