Dark rosin. Packaged in velvet cloth. Made in England.
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Comments about AB Violin / Cello Rosin:
At first, I thought I'd need to get special cello rosin for a cello I just got. Rather than waiting, I decided that I would just use my AB violin rosin. After 20 passes on my (at the time) new cello bow, It worked fine. I didn't need to use an emery board, sand paper, or a knife to create rosin dust. It's dark, and tacky enough to break in a bow without "working" it (unlike a lot of light rosins). There really isn't a lot of build up on the strings either (a dry cloth every once in a while works for me). And the rosin lasts a long time on the bow (I find myself needing to rosin up maybe every 2 or 3 days).Like any rosin (Light or dark) it will leave a deposit on the wood, so periodical cleaning with a dry cloth is essential. Some people swear by light rosins, but I think I'll stick with this one. Good rosin, great price.
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