Bestselling String Bass Rosin in 2020
D'Addario FBA_VR200 Woodwind Instrument Cleaning And Care Product (
Pops' Bass Rosin Bass Rosin
Sherman's Bass Rosin by Dodson
- For Upright String Bass
- Formulated for orchestra work
- A good student grade rosin
- It comes in a handy wood case
- Made in the USA
Hidersine Bass Rosin Med
Carlsson Bass Rosin
- For Upright String Bass
- Medium grade
- This is the genuine Carlsson Swedish Bass Rosin
- Known for its fine quality by jazz and classical players around the world
- Foil wrapped in a blue cup with attached hinged lid
Rosin Violin Rosin Light Low Dust Rosin 2 Pack For Bows For Violin Viola And Cello (2Pack Rosin)
- Premium Rosin For Violin, Viola and Cello
- Dust-free adhesion , not brittle not crack.
- Low dust rosin protect human body against the harm.
- Good quality, low dust, high viscosity is a little bit, make the instrument pronunciation sensitive and timbre.
- PERFECT AFTER-SALES - Comes with a lifetime warranty.100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE , if you are not satisfied.
Merano SBF10-1WT-SMT GRACE 3/4 Size White Upright Double Bass with Bag, Bow Bridge 2 Sets Strings Rosin Music Stand Metro Tuner, Black
- Musical Instruments
- Band & Orchestra
- Orchestral Strings
- Upright Basses
Kolstein Bass Ultra All-Weather Rosin
- For Upright String Bass
- Kolstein & Sons, Ltd. produces this outstanding upright string bass rosin using their Ultra Formulation Supreme recipe.
- Very minimal powdering and excellent grip equate to quick response and consistent sustain for both the veteran and beginning bassist.
- Kolstein Ultra Formulation Supreme All-Weather Bass Rosin is world famous for its low powdering and smooth, easy bowing.
- A good rosin for players with respiratory difficulties.
Jade Bass Rosin
- Made in France
- Jade rosin produces a smooth yet firm grip
- From symphony musicians to concert artists, Jade rosin has met with enthusiastic acclaim
Super Sensitive 913D Mini Original Rosin - Dark
- Same formula as our Original Violin, Viola and Cello Rosin in a compact case
- Ideal for carrying in small instrument cases
The Wire Series Finale: Were All of the Strings Tied Together?
The Wire series finale just aired; how did the show end? Was there a great conclusion or did The Wire, like The Sopranos, fall short of lofty expectations? Read this fan's take on The Wire series finale and what it meant.
Realistically, how does one end a show such as The Wire that for so long has mastered the craft of being sustained? Year in and year out The Wire found a way to extend and weave together plot lines and character arcs that seemingly had nothing to do with each other. So what could the The Wire series finale possibly have done to live up to expectations?
Nothing that happened in The Wire series finale could have satisfied everybody. A lot of that sentiment is born from the selfishness and greed on the part of fans of the show...including me. It's the fact that the show was so good; the fact that the fans didn't want it to end, that The Wire series finale could never have matched our wildest hopes and dreams. Even it did, we weren't ready to part with it yet. The Wire was just too superior to its peers; it was great television and drama and excitement at a time when all other television is tired and rehashed. It's Michael Jordan walking away not after the sixth championship, but after the third. It's Muhammad Ali never returning to the ring after his premature banishment.
The Wire series finale did the best it could with the task at hand. Some of the season was wrapped together too tidily while some was left messy and untouched. But, I suppose, that was the point, wasn't it? The Wire was never a show about neat conclusions and easy endings. The Wire series finale therefore couldn't be either. In a show where the criminals were sometimes on a higher moral ground than the cops chasing them and the politicians did more to hinder real police work and social improvement than help it, the series finale bore that out.
The drug kingpin walks away largely unscathed; as do the cops that were illegally pursuing his demise. The politicians who promised change, who promised to be the first ones to keep that promise, didn't. The youth with the most potential slip out of the system's narrow, tenuous grasp and succumb to drugs and crime; the kids enveloped with gangs and trouble from the start escape to find a path to a brighter future. The journalist who fabricated his rise to the top wins an award; while the journalists who stood up for their principles are tossed to the side and left at the bottom of the ladder. Sounds a whole lot like the way life actually is, if you ask me.
So what other way was there for The Wire to end? All of the stories that were told, the lives that were depicted, what do they mean? When their story concludes, life for the rest of the world marches on undeterred. Dead and imprisoned criminals will get replaced by the next generation, as will the crooked politicians, as will the overworked and underappreciated policemen, and so on. This was a show where every episode started with the same song, it was just sung by a different person each season. Things changed, but they also stayed the same.The Wire could have gone on for twenty seasons and then another twenty more, because the real life dramas it was depicting will as well.
After all was said and done, The Wire series finale certainly rose above the standard set by HBO's favored crime drama, The Sopranos. The show didn't get cute; there was no magical solution at the last minute. The Wire series finale stuck with its guns and its message. Maybe life is just a little too grimy, a little too muddled, to be portrayed any differently.