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Best Cello Bridges

Every portion of a cello is essential. From the strings to the peg, each portion contributes to the playability and functionality of the said...

Why Every Cellist Should Study Popper Cello Etudes

If you play the cello and you want to improve your technique, Popper is here to save you. The High School of Cello Playing...
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The Rich History of the Cello

Cellos belong to the stringed instrument family. It's closely related to the violin. One key difference would be the tuning of its...
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9 Best Cello Stands Reviews 2022

Cellos are heavy instruments and it can be very annoying to have to put the cello back in its case every time you play....

What Is Rosin?

If you're a new stringed instrument player, you may have looked at that funny amber colored stuff that comes in your stringed instrument case...
dampit

Why You Need a Dampit and How to Use It

Do you regularly travel with your instrument or keep it in a dry, heated place during the winter? If so, you'll want to invest...
What Is Pizzicato

What Is Pizzicato?

In order to get a clear understanding of this musical technique, the first question that needs to be answered is what is pizzicato exactly?...
Best Cello Chairs

10 Best Cello Chairs Review 2022

Since cellists spend so much of their time sitting while playing cello, why not make that time comfortable at the very least? Having the...
Gift Guide For Cellists

14 Best Gifts for Cello Players 2022

Need a gift for a favorite cello player? Finding the best cellist gifts for them can be tough, but don't fear! Whether you're looking...
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Best Carbon Fiber Cello Bows 2022

So you’re looking to step up from your very first bow… or maybe you’re looking for an “all-terrain” second bow… or maybe you’re a...
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