"Sandra Beane" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>I am not one who notices brand names of cellos. I listen for the sound.
>But my student has been trying out new cellos. She has a Klaus Mueller.
>She doesn't like it so much. She went to try out cellos and ran into a
>Carlo Robelli. She says she likes it better but is worried the only
>reason she likes it is because it is new. Does anyone know of a good
>"brand" of cello? or if indeed the Robelli is a better cello?
you should go to cello.org and post this same question on their instrument
forum. When I bought my cello, name meant nothing as I simply bought
the nicest sounding cello I could afford. I should tell you I did try
some more expensive ones, but thankfully I liked the sound of the one I
ended up buying, and felt good knowing that I would be paying at least
five times the price for a cello that sounded noticably nicer than mine.
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