Baroque Posted October 10, 2022 Report Share Posted October 10, 2022 I am having a strange problem with my violin. I have put a set of Evah Pirazzi strings on them, G-E, where they have a superb sound, however, the rosin I use, which is an old (very old - 40 years at least) Piranhito rosin (which should be very good no longer for sale), gives a strange effect on the bow. The bow does not fully attach to the strings, and glides of sometimes, even though I apply a lot of rosin on it. Then I try another old bow, and the same thing happens there. Then I try a new bow, and also the same there. I wonder, is this the rosin, which is very old, or is this the type of strings? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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