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  • Guadagnini 1777 replica

    This Guadagnini replica is carved of European spruce and maple.  It’s been set up here with ebony Pegheds, a French bridge,  ConCarbo French twill tailpiece,  NHM composite fitting for 10mm endpins, and Rondo strings.  Part of the appeal of the Guad is its very comfortable proportions and 682 mm string length, and then there’s the warm tone, resonance, and easy response.

    Back length 720 mm
    Upper bouts 335 mm
    Lower bouts 425 mm
    String length  682 mm

  • Guadagnini 1777 replica

    This Guadagnini has Pegheds, a French bridge, a harp style ConCarbo twill tailpiece, Larsen’s Il Cannone “warm and broad” strings, and a NHM composite fitting with the hole bored at a 6-degree angle for a 10mm endpin.   We currently offer 10 options in 10mm endpins, and they can make a significant difference in tone.  It is a popular choice for those wanting a 4/4 cello with a friendlier string length, without downsizing to a 7/8.  We are happy to explain the differences and why they matter, so don’t hesitate to contact us!

    Back length  720 mm
    Upper bouts  335 mm
    Lower bouts   425 mm
    String length   685 mm

  • Guadagnini 1777 Replica

    A less expensive Guadagnini 1777 replica carved of Chinese spruce and maple.   Set up here with ebony Pegheds, a Despiau Belgian bridge, unidirectional CF harp style tailpiece by ConCarbo, NHM composite fitting with 10mm CF endpin (with options on endpin lengths and materials), and Rondo strings.   The Guadagnini is a very popular model for people thinking they need to move to a 7/8 when they just need this specific 4/4 pattern.

    Back length  720 mm
    Upper bouts  335 mm
    Lower bouts  420 mm
    String length  680 mm

  • Scott Cao Montagnana

    Part of Scott Cao’s Artistic series, this model 750E cello is a Montagnana 1739 copy made of European tonewoods.  This cello has PegHeds installed, a Belgian bridge, NHM fitting with 10mm endpin (you have options from hollow or solid carbon fiber to metal alloys).  Larsen strings provide a rich, mellow sound but strings can be easily changed if you want a different tone.

    BL 750 mm
    UB  370 mm
    LB 450 mm
    SL 700 mm

     

  • Stradivarius 1712 replica

    Vivo’s replica of the 1712 Strad “Davidov” is carved of European spruce and maple.  Set up here with Pegheds, Belgian bridge, Akusticus tailpiece, NHM composite fitting with 10mm endpin (many options available in a variety of lengths and materials).

    Back length  760 mm
    Upper bouts  340 mm
    Lower bouts  440 mm
    String length  700 mm

  • Violin – German c. 1910-1945

    This lone violin is an exception here, belonged to a family member, and hopefully will find its new home through a cellist friend.  It is a German instrument c. 1910-1945s, based on a classic Cremonese Gagliano pattern.   Based on good quality of materials and craftsmanship, stable structural condition, good tonal quality, the value has been placed at $5,000.  It is paired with an Adolf Schuster*** pernambuco bow $1800.  It is outfitted with a new Bam St. Germaine III case.  Additional information and documentation provided upon request.  We prefer a local SC sale, but have a satellite presence in Charlottesville and Savannah which helps expand the audience.

  • Vivo Euro

    Made of European tonewoods, this 7/8 is set up with Pegheds, a Belgian bridge, Akusticus tailpiece, composite fitting by NHM for 10 mm endpin.  Be aware that there is a lot of variation in 7/8 cello dimensions.   Contact us to learn more about considerations and options when you find 4/4 too large for you.
    Back length  730 mm
    Upper bouts  335 mm
    Lower bouts  420 mm
    String length  680 mm