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Custom Alex DePue Magic Rosin!


How cool is this? Now you can have your CUSTOM “pocket” Alex DePue rosin there to motivate you every time you take your violin out of the case, AND he will help you play better anytime you need a little more sticky in your sound!


Let Alex’s words here ring true as you continue to grow on your instrument… “Play It On Purpose!”. And once you have THAT much nailed, you will be WELL on your way.


*If the image gets hazy after some use, you can refresh it with a light swipe of rubbing alcohol to let the picture pop right back through again.



About the product: Magic Rosin® is a premium quality, professional-grade rosin that provides excellent grip and delivers a clear, complex tone. It is used by string players of all ages and ability, from soloists to students. Because Magic Rosin has such excellent grip, you don’t need to use very much – 2-3 swipes across the entire bow is enough for most players. It also adheres to bow hair longer than most rosin — many players find they do not need to re-apply every time they practice.


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