Reviews

Best Cello Brands & Models 2020 Review

2020-05-16T20:01:52+00:00 May 9th, 2020|Categories: Reviews|Tags: , , |

A cello can be an expensive investment which makes buying the right cello paramount. You need a cello brand that is known for high-quality workmanship that not only shows through in the external beauty of the instrument but also the sound. Our list of the best cello brands is based on quality and affordability and is intended to help you select a high-value cello brand that fits within your budget. Every cello brand on this list may not suit your individual personality. You need to find a cello that sounds right to you and that

DZ Strad Cello Model 101 Review

2020-05-16T18:25:59+00:00 May 5th, 2020|Categories: Product Reviews, Reviews|Tags: , , |

If you want a great intermediate cello with a deeper tone, you need the D Z Strad Cello Model 101 which is renowned by many music teachers. Besides high-quality workmanship, this D Z Strad cello stands out for many great reasons. These instruments have a gorgeous external design and high-quality sound. They are not only durable but affordable for your budget as well. The D Z Strad Model 101 is rated the best when it comes to mid-tier cellos and many customers rave about this instrument. For the beginner to the intermediate cellist, this model

Best Cello Chairs 2020 | Orchestra and Solo Guide

2020-04-05T15:54:23+00:00 March 22nd, 2020|Categories: Product Reviews, Reviews|Tags: , , |

Cellists spend a lot of time sitting down playing their instruments, so it's important that they have comfortable chairs to sit in while playing. Having the right cello chair prevents cellists from having back problems when they are sitting by offering plenty of comfort and position the chair in a lean-forward position so that they have optimal posture while playing cello. Read out to learn about our favorite cello chairs. Best Cello Chair Wenger Cellist Chair Wenger makes high quality cello chairs that are both comfortable

Best Cello Strings & Combinations 2020

2020-04-05T15:52:59+00:00 February 28th, 2020|Categories: Product Reviews, Reviews|Tags: , , |

Choosing the best cello strings can be a challenge when there are so many options on the market. In fact, cellists tend to spend more time finding the right strings than violinists and violists combined since cello strings have a greater impact on sound than they do for other instruments. We have reviewed and ranked the best cello strings available below to make your search for the best cello strings that much easier. We have updated our rankings of the best cello strings from last year since some of the strings have changed. In particular, our #1 cello

Best Cello Brands for Beginners 2020

2020-04-05T16:13:18+00:00 December 20th, 2019|Categories: Product Reviews, Reviews|Tags: , |

Beginner cello players need an instrument that is both ready-to-play out-of-the-box and is cost-effective since they may not continue playing for long. Our comprehensive list of the best beginner cello brands below has been evaluated by our staff to ensure that they are both beginner- and budget-friendly. Each of the cello outfits below comes with a minimum of a student beginner cello, a bow, a case, and strings. As with all cellos, components can be upgraded, but these basic outfits will be enough to get the beginner up and playing within minutes. We'll only talk

Best Electric Cello Brands & Models 2020

2020-02-24T20:23:02+00:00 December 19th, 2019|Categories: Reviews|Tags: , , |

Buying an electric cello is a great life decision. Electric cellos are stylish, "cool," and downright fun to play. Since electric cellos are harder to find at local music shops and usually must be purchased online, we have consolidated a list below of the best electric cellos. Shopping for an electric cello is a very different experience than shopping for a regular cello. Whereas sound quality plays a huge role in buying a regular cello, it is not as important of a factor for electric cellos because all of the sound travels through electric wires and is

Best Cello Stands 2020

2020-04-01T14:56:39+00:00 December 5th, 2019|Categories: Product Reviews, Reviews|Tags: , |

Cellos are heavy instruments and having to put them away in their cases every time you are finished playing can become annoying very quickly. You may also want to show off your beautiful cello by displaying for anyone to see. Regardless of why you want one, cello stands are great accessories that make storing your instrument when not in use very simple. No more trying to balance your cello while you try to put a soft case over it or hiding your cello away in a closet somewhere. Cello stands easily hold up your cello so

8 Best Cello Hard Cases 2020

2019-12-22T03:33:50+00:00 November 28th, 2019|Categories: Reviews|Tags: , , , , |

Cellos are very delicate instruments that can get scratched or broken very easily due to their size. Despite how careful you may be with your cello, it's likely to get injured or broken if you don't protect it well. A soft cello case may protect the cello from some scratches, but protection from anything more severe requires a hard cello case. Below we have evaluated the 8 best cello hard cases so that you can protect your cello with the highest quality hard case. When picking your hard cello case, keep in mind the main way you will

Cecilio Cello CCO-500 Review

2019-10-08T02:37:11+00:00 August 15th, 2019|Categories: Product Reviews, Reviews|Tags: , , , , , |

If you're looking for a great intermediate or beginner cello, the Cecilio CCO-500 is a great choice. Cecilio cellos are known for being great cellos and they are our #1 recommended cello brand. Not only are the instruments made of high quality materials, the Cecilio Cello CCO-500 outfits on Amazon contain everything you need to get started including a bow, extra strings, rosin, and a soft cello case. We hope this Cecilio cello CCO-500 review gives you a great overview of the features of the cello and will help you determine if the Cecilio CCO-500 is

How to Get Rid of Cello Wolfs

2018-12-15T19:24:02+00:00 December 15th, 2018|Categories: Product Reviews|Tags: , , |

It is often frustrating when you do not produce the sound that you intended to produce while playing your cello. You know you have the skills and talent. And you are pressing the right strings of your cello. What then could possibly be wrong? The problem could be your cello. When the note you are trying to play sounds different from the other notes you play, your cello may be suffering from wolf tones. This could be a burden to some, especially those who are still new to playing the cello. However, don’t you fret because