$ 35.00 $ 30.00
$ 35.00 $ 30.00
Cecilia A Piacere Cello Rosin
The original "Tartini Green"formula, Cecilia A Piacere rosin creates ideal bow contact with strings while providing easy bow control and even sound production for a “silkier” sound. Compared to the Solo version, A Piacere has smoother and richer sound, and works particularly well with soft bows. Choose full cake (pictured on left) or 1/2 size cake (pictured on right). Andrea Rosin was renamed CECILIA Rosin in 2020.
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I was really feeling very unhappy with my cello, but didn't know the problem. I got it checked out and had my bow rehaired, but I was still not happy. So, I decided to try some new rosin. This really helped. I'm still not 100% happy with my cello (it might need a new bridge), but the rosin made a nice difference.
I tried this rosin on the basis of the product description. i recently acquired a wonderful modern cello ( 2013, and not played much at all, Evah Gold strings all around) and have been having good results with my old Liebenzeller. This rosin, however, is ( for me) exactly as described, the sound is amazingly silky and smooth. Bow changes are silent and effortless, and i think that my cello sounds richer, too. I am so happy i tried this rosin! ( i bought a small cake, it's pretty big, i don't seem to have to use too much. ) This rosin could probably smooth down a bright, edgy cello, or bring out the beauty in an older one.Thank you...
My previously-harsh Spirocore tungstens are now actually beautiful. My Jargar Special heavy A string is like brand new. My sound is silky, but I can also easily articulate and get a "bite" if I want to. For the past two decades, I've just been using Bernardel, under the assumption that rosin didn't make much difference. I can't believe it.