CELLOS & BOWS*
Please visit our Choosing a Cello page for a discussion of features to consider when selecting a cello. The following sampling of cellos and bows is geared towards beginning cellists. Before purchasing an instrument, it is highly recommended that you test several cellos. If you do decide to purchase online or through mail order, carefully investigate the company's return policy. If you're a beginner, you may want to enlist the help of your cello teacher or a cellist friend to play the cello you're considering buying to ensure that the instrument is well-made, has a good tone and is worth buying. If you need to buy a new cello bridge, it is highly recommended that you take your cello to a local music shop and have them professionally shape and fit a new bridge for your cello.
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