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24 pages

Suzuki cello school

Creator: Shinʼichi Suzuki | Music - 1991

Schumann) * Minuet in C, No. 11 in G Major from Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach, BWV 841 (J.S. Bach) * Minuet No. 2 from Minuet in G Major, BWV 116 (J.S. Bach). This title is available through SmartMusic.

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing

About this book
Titles: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Variations (Shinichi Suzuki) * French Folk Song (Folk Song) * Lightly Row (Folk Song) * Song of the Wind (Folk Song) * Go Tell Aunt Rhody (Folk Song) * O Come, Little Children (Folk Song) * May Song (Folk Song) * Allegro (Shinichi Suzuki) * Perpetual Motion in D Major (Shinichi Suzuki) * Perpetual Motion in G Major (Shinichi Suzuki) * Long, Long Ago (T. H. Bayly) * Allegretto (Shinichi Suzuki) * Andantino (Shinichi Suzuki) * Rigadoon (H. Purcell) * Etude (Shinichi Suzuki) * The Happy Farmer from Album for the Young, Op. 68, No. 10 (R. Schumann) * Minuet in C, No. 11 in G Major from Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach, BWV 841 (J. S. Bach) * Minuet No. 2 from Minuet in G Major, BWV 116 (J. S. Bach). This title is available in SmartMusic.



494 pages

A Study of Suzuki Cello Practices as Used by Selected American Cello Teachers

Creator: Tanya Lesinsky Carey | Music - 1979


Most Commonly Used Etude Books by Cello Teachers in American Colleges and Universities

Creator: Ozan Evrim Tunca, Lubomir Georgiev | Cello - 2003

A total of thirty-three completed surveys were received. Primary questions were the most widely used cello etude books in American colleges and the criteria used by teachers in selecting cello etude books for their students.

About this book
Scales, etudes, performance repertoire and orchestral excerpts are the basic teaching materials for the cello student. In addition to scales and arpeggios, etudes provide both the basic facility and the technical foundation for the student's development. Etudes offer a concentrated study of one or more technical aspects in a short musical form. Depending upon when and whom written, etudes differ both in style and technical demands. Cello students entering colleges or universities are initially at different playing levels and although they may require different study materials, there are some common cello etude books that may apply to the majority. The purpose of this treatise is to serve as a reference source for common cello etudes used by teachers in American colleges and universities. This study provides an orientation to pedagogical materials currently in use, and it analyzes the criteria and rationale behind them. The research for this treatise utilizes surveys sent to college cello teachers from the list provided by the American String Teachers Association. All responses in the survey were coded to be analyzed in the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences using the Frequencies and Crosstabulations subprograms. A total of thirty-three completed surveys were received. Primary questions were the most widely used cello etude books in American colleges and the criteria used by teachers in selecting cello etude books for their students.


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  • Crescent

    Crescent 4/4 Beginner Cello Starter Kit - Natural Wood Color (Bag, Bow, Accessories Included)

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    Rating (61 reviews):
    (3.5/5)
    Crescent

    Best option for the price!

    4/5 Mary Disney - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Crescent 4/4 Beginner Cello Starter Kit - Natural Wood Color (Bag, Bow, Accessories Included) (Electronics) I'm a beginning cellist, so I needed a cheap starter student cello! Let me tell you-I did extremely extensive research before purchasing one, this is the lowest price out there! Arrived quickly and well packaged! No major issues, there are a few spots that the craftsmanship could be better, but honestly for the price I paid, I can't complain! If you're a beginner this is your best bet! :) Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 29, 2013

    i love my cello

    5/5 belvagardner - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Crescent 4/4 Beginner Cello Starter Kit - Natural Wood Color (Bag, Bow, Accessories Included) (Electronics) best buy i ever made. so glad i made this purchase. i recommend this cello to every beginner in need of an instrument Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 27, 2014

    Good enough for me

    I'm not a cellist (yet). However, I have been a musician forever and my daughter has taken private violin lessons for 5 years. So while this is from the perspective of a beginner, I've been around a lot of string instruments over the years.I'm not sure how much time I'll have to devote to the cello, so I didn't want to buy anything expensive. Renting a cello is an option, but that costs about $400 a year. (Yes, I know about the rental money applied to a purchase, but then you are locked in to that music shop.)My goal really is to simply be able to play alongside my daughter. After researching different inexpensive cellos, I decided to go with the Crescent (thanks for the youtube cello review Stanton Davis. That really helped in the decision making!).I just got my new Crescent cello today. It arrived in a partially open box delivered by FedEx. The FedEx guy was absolutely fantastic. He waited for me to quickly inspect the cello for cracks. We were both... 2/5 Amazon Customer (Pittsburgh, PA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Crescent 4/4 Beginner Cello Starter Kit - Natural Wood Color (Bag, Bow, Accessories Included) (Electronics) I'm not a cellist (yet). However, I have been a musician forever and my daughter has taken private violin lessons for 5 years. So while this is from the perspective of a beginner, I've been around a lot of string instruments over the years.I'm not sure how much time I'll have to devote to the cello, so I didn't want to buy anything expensive. Renting a cello is an option, but that costs about $400 a year. (Yes, I know about the rental money applied to a purchase, but then you are locked in to that music shop.)My goal really is to simply be able to play alongside my daughter. After researching different inexpensive cellos, I decided to go with the Crescent (thanks for the youtube cello review Stanton Davis. That really helped in the decision making!).I just got my new Crescent cello today. It arrived in a partially open box delivered by FedEx. The FedEx guy was absolutely fantastic. He waited for me to quickly inspect the cello for cracks. We were both... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 5, 2015
    Spruce top. Maple back, neck and sides.
    Ebonized pegs and fingerboard. Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners.
    Rosin. Extra Set of String.
    Rosewood frog, wood stick bow with genuine horsehair.
    Padded carrying bag.


  • Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Cecilio CCO-100 Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size)

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    Rating (255 reviews):
    (3.6/5)
    Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Excellent for the price

    Let me start off by saying that I have absolutely no experience playing cello, so I don't have a lot of knowledge of the instrument to compare it to.PROS:That being said, I think this is an amazing cello for the price. Considering that most "beginner" cellos in a music store start out around $1,000, finding a cello that sounds good at all for $200 is great. It did make a weird squeaky sound when I played the G string while holding down on the fret, but I started making sure I kept the rosin residue wiped off the string, switched to rather than the rosin that came with it, and started using the bow like I was taught in ... 5/5 Brelywi - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) Let me start off by saying that I have absolutely no experience playing cello, so I don't have a lot of knowledge of the instrument to compare it to.PROS:That being said, I think this is an amazing cello for the price. Considering that most "beginner" cellos in a music store start out around $1,000, finding a cello that sounds good at all for $200 is great. It did make a weird squeaky sound when I played the G string while holding down on the fret, but I started making sure I kept the rosin residue wiped off the string, switched to Jade L'Opera JADE Rosin for Violin, Viola, and Cello rather than the rosin that came with it, and started using the bow like I was taught in Cello... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 13, 2012

    Completely satisfied customer

    5/5 BROTHER RAT FINK - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cecilio CCO-Black Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size) (Electronics) I am currently learning to play cello on my own.I was surprised at the quality of the cello for the price,(the bow was very cheap and warped).The tone is awesome,when I play a song the tone sounds exactly like the instrument on the instructional C-D.I Would highly recommend thepurchase of: A new bow,better rosin,the strings included with the cello are just fine.Overall I am very happy with my purchase,and wouldrecommend it to anyone.Keep in mind it is a beginner cello,a great start for someone just starting out,without spending alot of money. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 30, 2011

    decent quality, you get what you pay for

    2/5 stavros - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cecilio CCO-Black Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size) (Electronics) i was so excited to play my new cello! when i got it i tuned it and cleaned it and played everyday. i played almost 5 hours a week and enjoyed it very much. had a good sound for a student cello and it felt decently made. after a while though i noticed on the back of the bridge towards the neck that there was a little crack. didnt think much of it but after 2 days that crack turned into a huge break and the finger board completley came off. i enjoyed play my first cello and it was time to get one that was of higher quality. i would recomend a new studnet to buy it but i dont know how long it will last. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 16, 2012
    Crack-proof spruce top with maple neck, back & sides
    Maple fingerboard and pegs with an alloy tailpiece with four integrated fine tuners
    Size 4/4 (Full Size) high-luster varnish cello
    1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
    Includes: padded soft carrying case, a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, rosin, bridge, cello stand, and extra set of strings


  • Grace

    GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow + Free Rosin

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    Rating (11 reviews):
    (2.7/5)
    Grace

    Cello a Great Bargain

    5/5 Charles O. Williams - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow + Free Rosin The GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow and Free Rosin was a wonderful bargain for the price. The Cello has excellent tone quality, the body finish is quite stunning. The craftsmanship is top notch. The overall weight if the instrument is exceptional. I would recommend this Cello to anyone who is seeking a great bargain. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 4, 2014

    Good for beginning student

    I am a professional Cellist with a studio for lessons and hold an advanced degree in Historical Musicology. I have ordered several of these Cello's for beginning students, and they are excellent for the new or advancing student. Keep in mind that a serious intermediate grade Cello sells for several thousand dollars. These Cello's are not laminated, so the wood, although not very aged will breath. These Cellos will last a lifetime if all you want is to play at home or with friends for personal enjoyment.They are not intended for a serious Cellist who had a desire to enter a University program, or for someone who is taking private lessons and has played over two or more years.They must be considered " a first car " if you continue to play and want a better sounding Cello, the first thing I suggest is to upgrade the strings A set of Dominent strings will greatly enhance the sound but will cost almost as much as the Cello. Many of the negative posts are written... 5/5 Celloteacher - See all my reviews This review is from: GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow + Free Rosin I am a professional Cellist with a studio for lessons and hold an advanced degree in Historical Musicology. I have ordered several of these Cello's for beginning students, and they are excellent for the new or advancing student. Keep in mind that a serious intermediate grade Cello sells for several thousand dollars. These Cello's are not laminated, so the wood, although not very aged will breath. These Cellos will last a lifetime if all you want is to play at home or with friends for personal enjoyment.They are not intended for a serious Cellist who had a desire to enter a University program, or for someone who is taking private lessons and has played over two or more years.They must be considered " a first car " if you continue to play and want a better sounding Cello, the first thing I suggest is to upgrade the strings A set of Dominent strings will greatly enhance the sound but will cost almost as much as the Cello. Many of the negative posts are written... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 18, 2016

    Very happy with this cello

    5/5 Maurizio Pellecchia - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow + Free Rosin I am very pleased with the instrument. I am a beginner and had tested an allegedly high quality cello for $50/month. I decided to return that abs try one of these inexpensive student cello. Tuning it at first seemed difficult, but again I am a beginner and had trouble tuning also the rented high quality cello. With some patience and an electronic tuner I was able to tune it. I checked the tune after the cello was sitting idle for several hours and it was fine, just needed minor retuning, similar to what I experienced with the rented high end cello. The sound it produced is identical (again to my beginner hear) to that of the expensive cello. It arrived quickly and again it takes just 45 minutes to set it up. It looks really great and I would recommend it to beginners -intermediate players rather then renting one. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 18, 2015
    Spruce top. Maple back, neck and sides
    Free Rosin
    Well - padded carrying bag
    Hardwood frog, wood stick bow with white horsehair
    Hard wood pegs and fingerboard. Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners


  • Saga Musical Instruments

    Cremona SC-175 Premier Student Cello Outfit Full Size, Ebony Fittings, Aging Toner, Deluxe Hard Case

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    Correct string height and string spacing for accurate finger positioning and intonation
    Select tonewoods, quality workmanship for better sound and hard shell foam case for excellent protection
    Oiled neck for better feel and well balanced bow for ease of playing, ebony fittings and fingerboard
    Properly fitted Swiss-style pegs and quality lightweight composite tailpiece with 4 smooth fine tuners for easy tuning
    To learn more about the fantastic features of this product, see Product Description below
    Set-up to MENC Standards at our Cremona workshop in California


  • Merano

    Merano 4/4 Size Cello with Hard Case with Bag and Bow+2 Sets of Strings+Cello Stand+Black Music Stand+Metro Tuner+Mute+Rosin

    Musical Instruments (Merano)

    Rating (43 reviews):
    (3.5/5)
    Merano

    Beautiful and good quality Cello!

    I've been playing the Cello for almost 5 years now, and I finally decided to buy my first Cello. My family doesn't have a lot of money, and Cellos originally cost around $1000, and I just simply couldn't afford it. Luckily, Amazon had the answer. Let me tell you, I was definitely skeptical about buying a cheap Cello from a website. I read articles saying that buying a Cello online was terrible and it would break in a flash. I also found out that you had to put the bridge in yourself, and that was something so terrifying for me because if I broke the bridge (which is, in my opinion, the most important part of the Cello) I would be heartbroken.However, I bought it anyways and a couple weeks later I found a giant box on my doorsteps waiting for me. The hard case fit very snug inside the giant box and it took a while to take out, but the Cello was just beautiful. The fine tuner was wrapped around protective paper and the bridge was located safely inside the little storage area... 5/5 Neely Webster - See all my reviews This review is from: Merano 4/4 Size Cello with Hard Case with Bag and Bow+2 Sets of Strings+Cello Stand+Black Music Stand+Metro Tuner+Mute+Rosin (Electronics) I've been playing the Cello for almost 5 years now, and I finally decided to buy my first Cello. My family doesn't have a lot of money, and Cellos originally cost around $1000, and I just simply couldn't afford it. Luckily, Amazon had the answer. Let me tell you, I was definitely skeptical about buying a cheap Cello from a website. I read articles saying that buying a Cello online was terrible and it would break in a flash. I also found out that you had to put the bridge in yourself, and that was something so terrifying for me because if I broke the bridge (which is, in my opinion, the most important part of the Cello) I would be heartbroken.However, I bought it anyways and a couple weeks later I found a giant box on my doorsteps waiting for me. The hard case fit very snug inside the giant box and it took a while to take out, but the Cello was just beautiful. The fine tuner was wrapped around protective paper and the bridge was located safely inside the little storage area... Read more, August 5, 2014

    Pretty nice =D

    4/5 Spottedfire - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Merano 4/4 Size Cello with Hard Case with Bag and Bow+2 Sets of Strings+Cello Stand+Black Music Stand+Metro Tuner+Mute+Rosin (Electronics) The tailpiece comes on the cello disconnected as well as the bridge, but the cello is beautiful and has a very nice color and shine.I absolutely adore the metronome and stand it comes with.The cases are nice, too; the hard foam-like one has a lock and little key, along with rolling wheels so you don't have to carry it on your back or hold it off the ground.I only saw one extra set of strings, but that works for me; there's a set on the cello itself.The fingerboard, scroll, and pegs are a good quality wood.The bow looked nice, but I haven't really checked it out 100% yet.Overall, I was very satisfied to receive this cello for the price. Recommend it.Seller communication is very good, I got a quick response when I emailed them.I'll keep this updated this week. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 26, 2012

    Superb Service, Fast Delivery, Beautiful

    5/5 Daniel Mcgowen (murrieta, CA.) - See all my reviews, March 10, 2012
    two bow holders
    Spruce top. Maple back
    600 denier nylon exterior
    two wheels^Free: Padded Carrying Bag;2 Sets of String;Cello Stand:Music Stand;Rosin;Metro Tuner;Mute
    sheet music and accessories pocket
    neck and sides.^Black Hard Wood pegs and fingerboard.Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners^Hardwood frog
    wood stick bow with genuine horsehair^Lightweight case with plush lining


  • Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Cecilio CCO-200 Solid Wood Cello with Hard & Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size)

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    Rating (89 reviews):
    (3.2/5)
    Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Fabulous Instrument

    I just got this instrument about 20 minutes before the UPS was going to close which was nice but anyways, just utterly fabulous instrument, what you get is all you need. No need for super sensitive strings or anything and the bow is more than good enough for this packaged price. I took the instrument out and UNLIKE OTHERS used my brain and wondered why would they not set the bridge? hmmm MAYBE TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE AMAZING INSTRUMENT. So i set the bridge pretty easily with help from my mom since i didn't feel comfortable tightening the strings on the finger board and just slipped the bridge in the center the the f-holes, you'll notice little notches in the center on the f-holes and just put the bridge their but remember to place it a bit closer to the soundpost which is on the left side of the instrument and also tilt the bridge a bit backwards so when you tighten the strings it doesn't bend the bridge. So then i rosined the bow for about 20 minutes and tried the instrument. Pure... 4/5 A. Nekic (Eastlake, OH) - See all my reviews, December 29, 2009

    Cello is nice but bow is warped

    I have played the violin for more than 20 years and all that time yearned to play the cello, as well, but I didn't want to spend $1000 to buy one, so this package deal of cello plus hard and soft cases, bow, extra strings, and rosin was difficult to pass by. I am largely happy with the purchase.The cello sounds decent...it sounds like a cello...the only problem being that the bow was badly warped to the side and the frog structure isn't securely attached, although I can use it. Since the bow is cheap, I'm not too surprised that the wood could have warped en route from China. I asked a local violin/cello repair person how much it might cost to fix the bow, if it were possible, and he said probably $200, so doing that would be pointless! Also, since the cello seems to be in good condition I didn't want to return the whole package in case the next cello wasn't as good! So, I'm keeping the bow and plan to purchase another one by a different manufacturer later... 4/5 Leia - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) I have played the violin for more than 20 years and all that time yearned to play the cello, as well, but I didn't want to spend $1000 to buy one, so this package deal of cello plus hard and soft cases, bow, extra strings, and rosin was difficult to pass by. I am largely happy with the purchase.The cello sounds decent...it sounds like a cello...the only problem being that the bow was badly warped to the side and the frog structure isn't securely attached, although I can use it. Since the bow is cheap, I'm not too surprised that the wood could have warped en route from China. I asked a local violin/cello repair person how much it might cost to fix the bow, if it were possible, and he said probably $200, so doing that would be pointless! Also, since the cello seems to be in good condition I didn't want to return the whole package in case the next cello wasn't as good! So, I'm keeping the bow and plan to purchase another one by a different manufacturer later... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 20, 2010

    Have it inspected immediately

    I bought this last year and didn't get a chance to really try it out for a couple of months later because I was moving - I really should have returned it and spent the money for a decent cello.The price is good considering all that is comes with. You won't find a better package deal.However, if you are not familiar with the cello, have someone who is familiar test it and look it over up and down - they should play it and inspect the parts.The bridge it came with was not the right size, so I had to pay $150 to get a proper one. The nut was also not properly sized so I had to pay another $50 to have it fixed. The sound also leaves something to be desired. The finishing is a sloppy if you look closely and a section started cracking off on one side after 3 months of use.The bow is alright. The hard case it comes with is very fragile and the straps broke and the lining was coming undone within weeks. The wheels are poorly placed so it wobbles... 2/5 K. Eden (Texas) - See all my reviews, January 28, 2011
    1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
    Maple fingerboard and pegs with an alloy tailpiece with four integrated fine tuners
    Size 4/4 (Full Size) high-luster varnish cello with inlaid purfling
    Includes: hard and soft case, a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, rosin, bridge, cello stand, and extra set of strings
    Hand-carved solid spruce top with maple neck, back & sides


  • Merano

    Crystalcello MC100 Full Size 4/4 Cello with Carrying Bag + Bow + Accessories

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    Rating (36 reviews):
    (3.7/5)
    Merano

    Be prepared to spend a lot to make the cello playable.

    When I was quoted $1,000 locally at two stores for a cello just to begin lessons, I thought I could do better online. I found a cello through Crystal Cello. With any cello you buy, you're going to pay $80-$125 extra for set-up charges (tuning and setting the sound peg inside; installing the bridge), but I had to spend more like $480: $80 - Set-up; $400 - Within a month, I started having trouble, and the cello was in the shop repeatedly as we made adjustments and repairs. Here's all that went wrong: the fingerboard (just black-painted wood, not ebony) warped up into the strings and made the cello unplayable and had to be replaced along with the nut; the post at the bottom had to be loosened so it would slide out of the cello. No complaints about their service or shipping, but the reality is I got the cello and its case for about $225, but now I'm into it for $700. I've still saved money over the locally quoted price, but it has been frustrating having the cello in and out of the... 2/5 JustAThought - See all my reviews This review is from: Crystalcello MC100 Full Size 4/4 Cello with Carrying Bag + Bow + Accessories (Electronics) When I was quoted $1,000 locally at two stores for a cello just to begin lessons, I thought I could do better online. I found a cello through Crystal Cello. With any cello you buy, you're going to pay $80-$125 extra for set-up charges (tuning and setting the sound peg inside; installing the bridge), but I had to spend more like $480: $80 - Set-up; $400 - Within a month, I started having trouble, and the cello was in the shop repeatedly as we made adjustments and repairs. Here's all that went wrong: the fingerboard (just black-painted wood, not ebony) warped up into the strings and made the cello unplayable and had to be replaced along with the nut; the post at the bottom had to be loosened so it would slide out of the cello. No complaints about their service or shipping, but the reality is I got the cello and its case for about $225, but now I'm into it for $700. I've still saved money over the locally quoted price, but it has been frustrating having the cello in and out of the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 1, 2011

    Beautiful Cello--bad strings

    2/5 Charmaine (Sunny Southern California) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Crystalcello MC100 Full Size 4/4 Cello with Carrying Bag + Bow + Accessories (Electronics) What a gorgeous cello! Nice "practice" cello---but it immediately needed new strings, and the pegs won't hold. We're still working on it and after new strings plus some peg dope (thank you Sharmusic.com), the pegs still won't hold the tuned strings. Once we get that settled, tho, it ought to play very nicely. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 5, 2010

    Quality

    4/5 Daniel Tsukamoto (Watertown, SD) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Crystalcello MC100 Full Size 4/4 Cello with Carrying Bag + Bow + Accessories (Electronics) Overall, I am pleased with my new cello, because it came with strings, end pin protector, cello rosin, cello cover, and French bow. I was surprised I did not find any packaged extra strings. I was also surprised to see that some hair came out from the bow very easily, which almost led me to believe that this bow needed re-hairing. It seems that this instrument can produce a good resonating forward sound, which at times have to control by backing the note dynamics off. I was not able to find a logo indicating where this cello was originally made at. The bridge was slightly too high. Because my original plan was to use the instrument in my church only and not professionally, this full-size instrument works very well with me. Thank you! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 4, 2009
    wood stick bow with genuine horsehair.^Padded carrying bag.^Rosin. Extra Set of String.
    Spruce top. Maple back
    neck and sides.^Ebonized pegs and fingerboard. Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners.^Rosewood frog


  • CELLO ACOUSTIC PICKUP with Flexible Micro-Gooseneck by Myers Pickups ~ See it in ACTION! Copy and paste: myerspickups.com

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    MYERS PICKUPS: Versatile, Multi-Instrument, Powered Pickup! The smallest (all-in-one) active/preamp pickup on the market today! Complete out of the box, plug in and play! All hardware included for 3 mounting options including the NEW "GRIP"! Instantly turn your instrument into an acoustic/electric instrument with VOLUME! Compatible with almost any musical instrument! Made in the USA. My promise to you: "Our company is built on integrity and quality. If you are not 100% SATISFIED with this pickup, I will gladly refund your money with no questions asked!" ~ Gregg Myers, President/Owner of Myers Pickups
    TESTIMONIALS: "The pickup arrived this afternoon, a day ahead of schedule. It is everything you say it is. The sound is true to the instrument. You'll think you're listening to a high quality recording of yourself when you try it!" Wes ~ New York, NY "The pickup works great, better than expected. I have it on my eight string ukulele and it captures both lows and highs!" Matthew ~ Hawaii "I received my pickup and it's in perfect working condition. I've played around with it for a few hours total over the past week and have been impressed by its abilities. I must say, you make a good product. The instructions sheet and extra attachment methods provided were the icing on the cake. Thanks again for your top notch customer service and your great little product!" Ryan ~ MI "I used it twice over the weekend. The high end sounds awesome! I also plugged it into a DI Box, so I am able to plug into a snake with a XLR cable before going into the board. Everyone was commenting. I like it!" Thom ~ Ontario, Canada "This pickup kicks! Awesome piece of hardware!!" Garrick ~ Comfort, TX
    HOW IT WORKS: Mount pickup to your desired location on your instrument. Insert cable from your PA system or amplifier into the 1/4" input jack located on the side of the pickup. As the 1/4" plug is inserted into the input jack, the preamp is activated by an internal miniature switch inside which powers up and becomes active. The sound is transmitted through a highly sensitive omnidirectional pickup mic (located on to oppisite side of the input jack) and sent to your amplifier or PA system. Adjust volume to your desired level, play and enjoy!!!
    MORE REVIEWS: "Awesome! Honestly can't say anything else. Best I've tried!" Julio ~ Waterbury, CT "GREAT product! This pickup ROCKS!" Dave ~ Fort Thomas, KY "I am totally impressed with this product. I attach it to my resonator guitars, thereby, I don't have to tote another mic and cord. I love it! I also promote it to others. Thanks for a great, simple product." John ~ Woodstock, IL "AWESOME TOOL! Probably the best pickup I've used in years!!" Krys ~ Seattle, WA "The sound is clear and picks up only the sounds that I want to amplify." Chase ~ Huntington Beach, CA "I just received the pickup last night and tested it with a guitar amp. This thing is REALLY cool!! So compact and easy!" I am really excited about it!! Ryan ~ Lynden, WA "The Myers pickup is a must have for all musicians needing instrument amplification. The small size and quick and easy operation makes it perfect for many pickup needs from acoustic instruments to drums. This versatile pickup should be in every musician's arsenal." David ~ Boise, Idaho


  • Merano

    MERANO BRAND 4/4 Size Natural Cello with Bag and Bow+Rosin+Extra Set of MERANO Brand Strings+Tuner+Cello Stand+Music Stand

    Musical Instruments (Merano)

    Rating (29 reviews):
    (3.6/5)
    Merano

    Prepared to spend some $$ fixing it up

    The cello looks and sound okey. However, keep in mind that it is assembled by cheap labor and you need to spend extra fixing it up to make it more playable.Problems with the one I got and the cost to fix it up.1) Spacing between strings at the nut is to narrow. The span for four strings only measured at 19mm, while it should be at 23mm~24mm. ($35)2) Finger board angle is way too low. ($135, I didn't go for it)3) String spacing on bridge is not even. ($29)4) Hole for endpin too large, so endpin tilted forward when strings were tighten. ($20)5) Sound post is too short, so it ended up got placed at the wrong place. ($40)6) Strings sound bad, especially D and A strings. ($25)7) Bow is too soft.You will definitely see most or more small problems like these. After paying for the repairs, you can still get a playable cello for ~$350. But if you can afford putting down an extra $500, you can get a higher quality... 3/5 J. Tsai - See all my reviews, May 22, 2013

    Great for a beginner

    This actually arrived about 5 days earlier than expected. It came in a big box with plenty of Styrofoam to keep it from moving around and packing strips as well as taped tightly shut. There were set up instructions as well as a link to a set up video to watch. All the promised items were there, the rosin, music stand, cello stand, strings, pitch pipe, case, bow and bag. It looks pretty good for the price. I imagine a long time player might snub their nose at this but for someone like myself who is on a budget, wants to get a start and intends to save up for a better one once I improve it's the perfect instrument to start with.What to expect: A large box with shipping tape and straps about 5 1/2 feet long and about 1 foot width by 1/2 or so width. You'll need scissors and a blade to get inside. Once opened there are Styrofoam shapes fitted around the Cello which is in it's case. The Music stand is in it's own separate case. There is extra packs filled with peanuts for... 5/5 S.Gravestone - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MERANO BRAND 4/4 Size Natural Cello with Bag and Bow+Rosin+Extra Set of MERANO Brand Strings+Tuner+Cello Stand+Music Stand (Electronics) This actually arrived about 5 days earlier than expected. It came in a big box with plenty of Styrofoam to keep it from moving around and packing strips as well as taped tightly shut. There were set up instructions as well as a link to a set up video to watch. All the promised items were there, the rosin, music stand, cello stand, strings, pitch pipe, case, bow and bag. It looks pretty good for the price. I imagine a long time player might snub their nose at this but for someone like myself who is on a budget, wants to get a start and intends to save up for a better one once I improve it's the perfect instrument to start with.What to expect: A large box with shipping tape and straps about 5 1/2 feet long and about 1 foot width by 1/2 or so width. You'll need scissors and a blade to get inside. Once opened there are Styrofoam shapes fitted around the Cello which is in it's case. The Music stand is in it's own separate case. There is extra packs filled with peanuts for... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 15, 2013

    Grace 4/4 cello

    I received this cello on the date it was expected. I was surprised to see if as It was huge! very lightweight but none the less the box was as tall as I am. The package was beaten up a little, I'm sure from the delivery men and how it's handled during the shipping process. Fragile should have been written on the side.The package included the cello, bow, case, stand two sets of string and rosin, and the music stand. I already had a stand so the one that came with it isn't much use to me. However, I LOVE the music stand. It is so much better than the one I had. AS for the cello, it was inside the case when it came with the string kind of attached, but not fully as the bridge was not attached as well. For the best, as it would have gotten broken during shipping. Not a big deal as I had someone set it up for me. I did notice that there is a small crack or separation between the top half and the body, but it's more cosmetic I think than anything. The bow is a fair bow. The... 4/5 stephanie - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MERANO BRAND 4/4 Size Natural Cello with Bag and Bow+Rosin+Extra Set of MERANO Brand Strings+Tuner+Cello Stand+Music Stand (Electronics) I received this cello on the date it was expected. I was surprised to see if as It was huge! very lightweight but none the less the box was as tall as I am. The package was beaten up a little, I'm sure from the delivery men and how it's handled during the shipping process. Fragile should have been written on the side.The package included the cello, bow, case, stand two sets of string and rosin, and the music stand. I already had a stand so the one that came with it isn't much use to me. However, I LOVE the music stand. It is so much better than the one I had. AS for the cello, it was inside the case when it came with the string kind of attached, but not fully as the bridge was not attached as well. For the best, as it would have gotten broken during shipping. Not a big deal as I had someone set it up for me. I did notice that there is a small crack or separation between the top half and the body, but it's more cosmetic I think than anything. The bow is a fair bow. The... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 9, 2013
    Cello Stand
    neck and sides^Hard wood pegs and fingerboard. Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners^Hardwood frog
    Spruce top. Maple back
    Music Stand
    Tuner
    wood stick bow with white horsehair^Well - padded carrying bag^Free Rosin; Extra Set of Strings


  • Shimro

    St. Antonio Cello Bundle

    Musical Instruments (Shimro)

    Comes with accessories (stand, case, music)
    Shipping is insured at no additional cost
    Cello w/ Bow
    Rarely used


Cello


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