Trevino Violin RosinTVVROSIN10
- Usually used on violins, cellos and other stringed instruments that requires the use of a bow
- Rosin helps create friction between the bow's hair and the strings
What is a Rosin and how do you use it?
Rosin is a solid form of resin that’s obtained from pines and other conifers. Produced by heating fresh liquid resin to vaporize its volatile components, it’s semi-transparent in nature and varies in color from yellow to black.
Used by cellists, violinists, and other string musicians, rosin helps create friction between the bow hair and strings. Essentially, rosin helps the bow grip the strings and produce sound.
Usually applied to the instrument before playing, rosin comes in many different forms, ranging from powder to blocks or cakes of solid rosin.