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Petz Premium Double Bass Rosin

3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$23.75

The soft consistency of Petz Premium Rosin guarantees perfect adhesion and prevents excessive dust. A pure resin of pine and larch with added beeswax.

Product Description

Petz Premium Double Bass Rosin is a pure resin of pine and larch trees. Additional bees wax is added as one of Petz’s “secret” ingredients. Petz Premium double bass rosin is made under strict supervision and constant quality control. Each piece is handmade in Austria.

According to the manufacturer, the melting point of Petz’s Premium Double Bass Rosin is set at a specifically calibrated point for supreme adhesive power without any scratching noise. The soft consistency guarantees perfect adhesion and prevents excessive dust.

 


 

Upton Bass is a double bass specialty company located in Mystic, Connecticut. We are ready to offer advice and answer any questions you have regarding your double bass, strings for your double bass, or related topics. Any questions? Email sales@uptonbass.com or call our shop at (860) 535-9399. Our hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday 10 am – 6 pm.

 

 

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  1. Jordan Cassidy

    3 out of 5

    I would like to point out I am not a classical player, and only sort of know what I am talking about. I got the Petz rosin with my new upright because it was the most expensive, and that usually means it is the best. After a few months of using it, I found it to be hard and brittle, and difficult to get a good amount on the bow. I went to the local music store to buy some Pop’s, because from previous experience (by leaving the canister on it’s side) I knew it to be extremely soft, and easy to get on the bow. I definitely didn’t get the right strings for bowing( Thomastik Spirocores) and plan to get a string set matched for both next time. My bow is also a fairly cheap brazilwood French bow. I would also like to point out that I live in Washington State, and the description of the Pop’s rosin says it works well for humid climates.I don’t know how much those factors matter, but I really don’t like Petz. Save some money and get some Pop’s .

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