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Home > Orchestral Strings > Cellos > Acoustic Cellos > Oak CELLO 4/4 W/PERNAMBUCO BOW, CASE MC-300/BC60

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Item #: 41800N
Mfg #: MC-300/BC60

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Oak CELLO 4/4     W/PERNAMBUCO BOW, CASE MC-300/BC60 (MC-300/BC60)
Product Overview

•Fully hand-carved instrument •Professional set-up and adjustment •Pernambuco bow with fully lined ebony frog •J.W. Eastman deluxe fiberglass case with backpack straps and wheel

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Otto Benjamin CELLO 4/4 W/PERNAMBUCO BOW, CASE MC-300/BC60

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7 out of 33 People found this review helpful

Looks Gorgeous!

By Melissa You from Hatboro PA on 2/16/2011 10:58:01 PM

OMG I always wanted to learn to play cello because of all the music I heard. My friend got a cello but nothing like this one and it sounds so beautiful. I was planning on getting one so I can be a professional one. I already play the violin

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17 out of 24 People found this review helpful

Good, but...

By chris from Denver, Colorado on 6/29/2011 1:13:34 PM

I got this cello about 4 months ago, it had a nice clean tone, and it was really loud. My teacher at school said it was a good cello, but he said that Otto Benjamin's cellos tend to crack and dry out. Sure enough, three weeks ago I got my cello out and discovered a faint rattle so I put it away and told my dad. We contacted Music and Arts, and they still have to get back to us. Since then the rattle has become louder and more distinct making the over all sound terrible. Now I'm stuck with rattling and poor quality. Thanks a lot Eastman strings and Otto Benjamin.

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