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I have just noticed something that may help people that, like me, have a bow bounce problem.
I was practicing today and was having some trouble with bow bounce. With me it's a thing that comes and goes.
During a break I noticed that there was quite a buildup of rosin on the strings. I do clean my strings periodically so I decided to do it there and then.
When I returned to the practice session the bow bounce stopped.
Is the rosin working on rosin helping to cause the problem. Is the bow hair getting too good a grip on the string and 'letting go' suddenly, causing bounce?
More experienced thoughts on this would be great
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