Our fine strings are hand-selected from around the world and custom set-up in our workshop in Lakewood.

Distinguish Yourself – Navigate the technical demands of more advanced music with a cello up to the task.

OUR CELLOS ARE Silky and powerful.  Our performance cellos have rich tonal colors in all registers.

RESONANT POWER – Sing with us.  Our performance cellos combine easy access to the upper registers of the instrument with the full tone of the lower positions. The vibrant tone of these meticulously crafted cellos excels in solo and ensemble situations.

OUR CELLOS – Modeled after the best.  Our cellos are available in patterns created by three of the most celebrated makers of all time, Stradivarius, Guarneri and Montagnana.  Known for projection, this traditional Italian pattern provides an even, well-rounded tone for any setting.  A cello that looks as good as it sounds.

Antiquing Gives Each Instrument Character
Our performance cellos are painstakingly antiqued by hand. The result is an eye-catching instrument that sounds full and resonant.

Tradition Meets Innovation – We build upon five centuries of tradition to offer performance cello models with projection and power. Each  performance cello is worked on by dozens of expert craftspeople, resulting in an instrument that is easy to play and sounds as great as it looks.

Add Value to Any Musical Situation – Your cello is your musical voice. Our select, seasoned tonewoods help each instrument bring life to the cello line, enhancing any musical situation.

Price Breakdown:



All Fractional Sizes 
Rental: $49.95/payment
Maintenance: $4.95/payment
TOTAL: $54.90/payment (Plus Tax – will be added in the final cart) 

Full Size (4/4)
Rental: $59.95/payment
Maintenance: $6.95/payment
TOTAL: $66.90/payment (Plus Tax – will be added in the final cart)

PERFORMANCE LEVEL INSTRUMENTS – WHITE GLOVE DELIVERY SERVICE:  For Performance Level instruments (Apprentice and Master), we are pleased to offer to bring a selection of three instruments to your home.  We will come and spend up to one hour there for you to try out the instruments and select one.   A free humidifier is included with the Apprentice or Master instruments.

Apprentice 1 – Full Size (4/4)
Rental: $79.95/payment
Maintenance: $6.95/payment
TOTAL: $86.90/payment – start with 3 payments = $260.70 (Plus Tax – will be added in the final cart)

Apprentice 2 – Full Size (4/4)
Rental: $89.95/payment
Maintenance: $6.95/payment
TOTAL: $96.90/payment – start with 3 payments = $290.70 (Plus Tax – will be added in the final cart)

Master 1 – Full Size (4/4)
Rental: $166.46/payment
Maintenance: $8.95/payment
TOTAL: $175.41/payment – start with 15% down = $599.25 (Plus Tax – will be added in the final cart)

Master 2 – Full Size (4/4)
Rental: $208.13/payment
Maintenance: $12.95/payment
TOTAL: $221.08/payment – start with 15% down = $749.25 (Plus Tax – will be added in the final cart)



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Baritone (Euphonium)

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French Horn

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Alto Saxophone

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Upright Bass

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