When it comes to the sound of your new cello, the qualities that will keep your relationship with it healthy are a big bass, good projection, and ease of playing (speed of response). Nearly everything else can be adjusted quite easily. more
For Decades, the most advanced research into the methods and materials of the great Cremonese masters has been outside of modern-day Cremona. Krentz String Works has brought decades of research back to Cremona to create instruments made by Italian Master Luthiers from the finest materials with our ground-breaking innovations.
This is one of the hardest things to do. Every interaction with a possible new cello is colored by the sound of your current cello no matter if it is good or not. Most players first words about a trial instrument are not an unbiased review. Instead, they talk about the new instrument in relation to their old instrument, sometimes unknowingly. more
For the professional who has likely purchased 3, and usually more, cellos in their careers, picking a lifelong cello is something that people rarely do the first time. Or the second. And very often, even the third. It all comes down to the criteria they used to make the decision. more