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This fine Italian cello has a buttery complex character that is even and easy to play. This instrument, nearly three hundred years old, is in quite extraordinarily fresh condition.
Students looking for a soloistic instrument will appreciate the big, generous sound. Sensitive to dynamics, this is a high-performing instrument for a budget-minded player.
A good, solid well-played in instrument. Easy to play, sounds great.
Punchy lows and a soaring A string make this a perfect, low-budget soloist's instrument. The cello carries an exemplary crisp tone, and conveys even the slightest touch. Highly recommended for beginner-intermediate players.
Both full of soloist potential as well as forgiving to less than perfect technique, this cello will make an exceptional companion for anyone; from the student cellist wanting a cello that won't stifle musical growth to the young, advanced cellist who needs a showy cello for recitals and concerto competitions.
Responsive and resonant throughout its range, this complex and soloistic cello is great for a serious musician looking for an upgrade.
A colorful, focused and bright upper end is paired nicely with a warm, juicy lower.
This colorful and unique cello has great projection and resonates beautifully, with a singing upper register and an expansive sound.
Nicely balanced across the strings, and dynamically responsive, this would make a fine solo instrument. Crisp and deep lower strings, perfect for the performing player.
Handmade by a local Central Coast luthier! Wonderful choral, resonant quality!
Sweet, singing upper register. Soaring and clear with few over tones. Huge lower end, good projection. Bold and resonant throughout. Very crisp upper register, with beautiful projection on the C string.
Friendly, warm and mellow, this would blend nicely in ensemble work. The tone of the lower register is earthy and rich, while the upper register has beautiful overtones. A highly unique voice.
Strong and focused voice with good responsiveness. Its voice leans towards the warm side yet it has a nice amount of bite when you ask for it. Interesting history...
A well-cared for example of Furber's work. Beautifully integrated sound, perfectly balanced, creamy and complex tone. Plenty of volume for a slighly scaled down instrument.
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