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    • X says...

      Bach inspires me, always! Especially the violin partitas of late.

      On November 30, 2015

    • Nate says...

      I am in need of a new bow and these are really cool!

      On November 30, 2015

    • Reagan says...

      TwentyOne Pilots is inspiring me (listening) and any music we’re playing in orchestra is inspiring me to play more!

      On November 30, 2015

    • Caris says...


      On November 30, 2015

    • Venessa says...

      I notice string instruments are appearing more often in contemporary music nowadays and i would like to be able to replicate all those wonderful tones.

      On November 29, 2015

    • Husain says...


      On November 29, 2015

    • Stephen D says...

      Thank you for the opportunity!

      On November 29, 2015

    • Andrea says...

      Wow. Nice giveaway. Thank you. Needing a new bass bow pretty badly right about now and don’t have the money to buy one just yet.

      On November 28, 2015

    • Jeff Brown says...

      Sweet sweet sound from my Cello using the Ultra formula from Magic Rosin

      On November 28, 2015

    • Howard says...

      I’m currently in the Tulsa Community Orchestra, and enjoying the rather challenging Christmas repertoire we are rehearing for the December 8th concert. I have told some of my fellow members about your rosin (they generally notice the unusually appealing appearance).

      On November 27, 2015

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