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String Rosin:

What actually is Rosin?

Rosin is something that string players apply to the horsehair of their bows in order to create friction between the bow and the strings. If rosin is not applied to your bow your instrument will not produce any sound because it will just be two smooth surfaces rubbing against each other. It comes as a solid block or ‘cake’, but when applied to the bow becomes a fine white powder.

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