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Student cello, Eastern Europe approx. 2000 - top
Student cello, Eastern Europe approx. 2000 - top
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back
ribs
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scroll
scroll
Provenance: Eastern Europe
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 75.8 cm
Year: approx. 2000
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Good sounding Student cello

This useful student cello was built approx. 2000 by an unknown hand in Eastern Europe. With straightforward standards of craftsmanship, the student cello features a nice appearance and offers good sound properties. The grain of the two-piece spruce top and of the back that was made of sycamore maple has some interesting irregularities, and the thoroughly crafted scroll is a nice detail. Some resin pockets are quite common for a student cello of this price range, and aside from these minor flaws this cello is preserved in good condition and was completely worked over in our atelier. Ready to play, it features a well-balanced and warm, rounded sound with somewhat mellow character and offers great joy in daily practising.

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