The most important thing for a musician is the use of high quality rosin and violin varnish cleaner. Rosin is essential, and you do NOT want to buy the cheap stuff. The reason why is simple. If you pay 5 dollars for rosin and it lasts you two years, which is a short period of time for rosin, you will endure two long years of using rosin that doesn't provide your bow with good grip.
What purpose does that serve? Instead of spending 5 dollars, spend 15 or 20 on quality Gold rosin that will provide you with good results for years to come. It's only a few dollars more and you will have that rosin for a long time, especially if you want to succeed and play more effectively and with less practice time. Get yourself one!
But no matter how many accessories you have, not a single one is more important than having a fine teacher and a good method on learning how to play violin. This is very, very important and can create a critical difference between one violinist and another.
Here you will find our accessories, which we manufacture ourselves in our workshop:
Laubach Gold Rosin, Laubach Polish Spray Set, Laubach varnish deep cleaner and many other products from our workshop.
These accessories are well known and desired, all over the world.
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We offer a wide range of services, carry important accessories, and offer a large selection of instruments and bows.
Violin, viola, and cello making have been a family tradtion for many generations, and we look forward to our future of crafting more stringed instruments.
Taking care of your violin or viola or cello is crucial to keep it playing well and to last you a long time. The stringed instruments is an investment and should be taken care of as such. Below are some easy tips on how to care for your violin, cello or viola!
Polish your master violin regularly. Use a clean instrument cloth and a small amount of Laubach ultimate express deep cleaner or Laubach polish spray and proceed to make small circular motions until the instrument appears shiny and clear.
Wipe the Rosin off your violin and bow with a clean Laubach microfibre cleaning & polishing cloth before and after every use of the instrument. Avoid using too much Rosin as it may drip to the instrument and cause staining.
Protect your violin from extreme temperatures and humidity. Do not leave your violin in places like the attic, basement, or your car.
If you see damage on your violin, bring it to an experienced violin-maker (also called a luthier). Neglected damages may lead to bigger problems in the future so it is important to stay on top of it early on with the help of a professional.