Petz Vienna’s Best violin rosin is first of all an old Viennese formula created by Ersnt Petzka. It offers a full and soft sound but, mostly, it is very tolerant. Probably the best rosin to recreate the signature sound from Vienna.
Petz Vienna’s Best violin rosin features
Using a special pressure distillation process produces a very pure raw material. Therefore, the oleoresin is used without being heated, thus retaining the maximum of the original components. Furthermore, adding beewax into the formula brings a unique softness to it. Not only does it have an outstanding adhesion to the strings, it also assures low dust production.
Its packaging is simple, yet efficient. The rosin cake is wrapped in a cloth and packed in a tube. This way, it’s completely safe, even from bumps!
My review on Petz Vienna’s Best violin rosin
This high-quality rosin is ideal for experienced orchestral or solo musicians. It mainly offers a soft touch and sound, as well as a complete lack of surface noise. It’s easily forgiving of small errors and allows to avoid completely friction sounds and other squeaky bow strokes.
This super soft recipe is ideal for recording sessions and for instruments that are too bright sounding. The rosin can also be applied right after restringing your instrument with synthetic strings. Thus, you can avoid the metallic brightness that happens in the first few days.
Finally, it totally adjusts to violists’ playing technique, therefore they can also use it.