Laubach Premium Germany Gold rosin for cello, made from larch resin with the addition of gold, contributes to a lively and bright sound. The rosin is an entirely natural product suitable for musicians at all levels.
Made of natural rosin from high quality selected pine trees, using the 'galipot' (first sap of the tree). With this rosin, the attack of the string is very clear and the sound is easy to produce and control. HIgh quality rosin.
The musician can mix light and dark or even different instrument types to get desired results.
Laubach Premium Rosin is formulated using the original Laubach recipe, which produces less dust, helping to keep the instrument cleaner. High quality, handmade rosin from Germany.
Laubach has produced an outstanding rosin in their Gold rosin. Very minimal powdering and excellent grip equate to quick response and consistent sustain for both veteran and beginning cellists.
Laubach Gold Rosin is Everything Cello's first pick for great rosin!
Our first-class gold rosin for for cello with fine 999° gold powder produces a very good grip and a warm, soft and clear sound without disruptive background noises, it brings increased resonance during the playing. It is used economically and it is immune to changes in humidity and temperature.
Our best Gold Rosin premium class is made by hand in small quantities in the family workshop in Bavaria, Germany. For the production of exclusive rosin which is being cast entirely by hand, we only use the highest quality natural ingredients.
Gold particles embedded in the rosin provide excellent grip on the string with low dust and maximum tone quality. The Laubach Gold Rosin enhances the response and the feedback of the instrument during virtuoso performance.
Our gold rosin is optimized for these cello strings: Pirastro Evah Pirazzi, Obligato, Evah Pirazzi Gold or Thomastik Spirocore and Larsen. It supports the tone quality, the carrying capacity and the excellent response in an ideal way. Immediately after applying, the rosin gives the bow a feel pleasantly 'silky smooth' effect on the strings. For best results, we recommend an economical application.
Laubach Gold Rosin for cello is primarily used by professionals and well known musicians. Our gold rosin comes in a golden premium strong cardboard box with a magnetic lid.
1. Cello Evah Pirazzi Strings SET
Known for their huge dynamic range, Pirastro's Evah Pirazzi Strings are capable of the most expressive and complex sound. The C String has a rope core and is wound in tungsten. These strings will keep their tuning incredibly well. You will be amazed at the quick-response and gorgeous nuance you can get when you use these strings. This Soloist C String will give you an incredibly powerful sound.
The G String has a rope core and is wound in tungsten. The Medium gauge of this G cello string will make it easy for you to acheive a great sound. This is a string that will ring and ring and ring! The D and A Strings has a high-tensile steel core and is wound in chrome. The C cello string has a rope core and is wound in tungsten. You will be amazed at the quick-response and gorgeous nuance you can get when you use these strings.
This Weich C cello string will give you a great sound and be gentler on your instrument than the other cello strings.
This Stark A or D cello strings will give you a wonderfully powerful sound and incredible depth. This is a string that will ring and ring and ring!
Got an electric cello or powerful amp? This string also works very well with electric and electrically-amplified cellos.
2. Laubach Rosin GOLD for Cello solo
Made in Germany
1. The most popular and bought Set for cello
Four piece cello string set:
G-string with flexible multiwire spiral rope core and tungsten wound. Thomastik no. S32.
C-string with flexible multiwire spiral rope core and tungsten wound. Thomastik no. S33
A I - Soloist Larsen cello string, steel/ chrome
D II Soloist Larsen cello string, steel/ chrome
2. Laubach Rosin GOLD for Cello solo
Cello Rosin is a resin collected from pine trees all around the world. It is drawn from the trees in a tapping process in the same way that maple syrup is collected. A small area of the tree's bark is removed and a drip channel and collection container is fitted, the tree is cut with V-shaped grooves which allow the resin to run out of the tree into the container. The resin is mixed with other tree saps and purified. It is then heated and melted and poured into moulds. After the mixture is set it is smoothed and polished and packed into containers.
The purpose of rosin is to make the hair grip the strings of the cello and cause them to vibrate. Without out rosin the hair would glide smoothly over the strings and no sound would be produced.
Before you can successfully rosin your violin bow you must know about the two kinds of rosin. The first kind is called dark rosin this is also known as winter rosin. Dark rosin is a softer stickier rosin and is suited to dry cool climates. Light rosin is harder than and not as sticky as dark rosin. Both will work fine on any violin you must experiment with different kinds until you find the type that is right for you.
Applying the rosin is very easy. Simply take the cello rosin and glide it several times up and down the bow. Remember to use the rosin sparingly most people use far too much this will cause the cello rosin to drip down of the strings and stain the cello.
You do not need to apply rosin everyday once every four or five times is enough after you have been playing a while you will develop a feel for how much cello rosin you need.
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