About Benning Violins

Benning Violins - formerly known as Studio City Music - is a Los Angeles-area mainstay violin shop offering an extensive catalog of fine violins, violas, cellos and bows for sale crafted by old and modern masters.

We are a family-owned and operated store since 1953 and have a long tradition of expert service and meeting the needs of musicians, from the beginner to the professional.

We perform restorations and repairs on fine instruments and bows. We offer expert appraisals of instruments as well as consignment sales.

For three generations, the Benning family name has been synonymous with the making of fine, master-crafted violins, violas and cellos. Instruments crafted by Eric Benning are owned and played by a number of premier players, concert performers and recording artists.

Since the launch of our web site, we have grown into an International enterprise, shipping fine instruments and bows, accessories, as well as lesser-cost student outfits set up in our workshop, all over the world.

(818) 762-1374
Los Angeles, California, USA

Accessories

Benning Violins online store provides student to professional string players a complete selection of accessories for the violin, viola and cello, including dampits, rosin, mutes, shoulder rests, tuners, music lights, metronomes, chinrest accessories and more and offered at the lowest prices possible.

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W.E. Hill & Sons-Light Violin, Viola, and Cello Rosin
  • W.E. Hill & Sons-Light Violin, Viola, and Cello Rosin
  • W.E. Hill & Sons-Light Violin, Viola, and Cello Rosin

W.E. Hill & Sons-Light Violin, Viola, and Cello Rosin

$17.84
SKU : 810811

The ultimate rosins, used by professionals worldwide. The Hill Brand rosins are wrapped in their own padded velveteen shell.

The ultimate rosins, used by professionals worldwide. The Hill Brand rosins are wrapped in their own padded velveteen shell.

This is the rosin that others strive to emulate. Used for violin/viola/cello, the amber (light) is slightly hard and has moderate powder. The dark (green) is slightly softer and grips better than the amber.