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Ernst Heinrich Roth cello, Bubenreuth, 1987 - top
Ernst Heinrich Roth cello, Bubenreuth, 1987 - top
Provenance: Bubenreuth
Maker: Ernst Heinrich Roth
Length of back: 75.5 cm
Year: 1987
Tone: Warm, bright
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1980's Cello by Ernst Heinrich Roth

This old Ernst Heinrich Roth cello is a well-preserved instrument that was built in the 1980s in the renowned Ernst Heinrich Roth workshop in Bubenreuth, Germany. It is a quality cello that features a finely inlaid purfling at the tastefully accentuated edges; the table was crafted of medium grained spruce and the two-piece back of mildly flamed sycamore maple. The warm, bright sound is well-balanced and has good resonance and obviously was a pleasure for its former owners, well kept, with almost no traces of use on the top indicate. This Ernst Heinrich Roth cello is crack free and in perfect condition; our expert luthiers completely worked it over and made it ready to play.. International shipping available, or come and have a look and play selected cellos at Corilon violins, Munich.

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