Pre-Owned StringWorks Maestro Cello #663 FREE SHIPPING
A great example of our vintage Maestros from the mid 2010s! This cellist upgraded so now her Maestro from 2014 is ready for its next loving owner. Impressive maturity of tone, refined and all for the price of a Virtuoso ;)
The tone of these celli is rich, resonant and full, with wonderfully deep bass registers and a strong and vibrant upper register. Suitable for the most discriminating cellist, these instruments provide the visual beauty that is surpassed only by the rich tonal colors and depth of sound. Exclusively at StringWorks! Remember, there are many instrument brands now available with the 'Maestro' name, but there is only one StringWorks Maestro - the original and still the best!
"I'm very impressed with my Maestro cello. You're right, it really does ring; and yet the open A is not harsh. Precisely what I wanted to achieve though I didn't expect such a powerful sound and I only have perhaps 5 or six hours on it (yes my finger tips are sore as h***). 25 years ago I paid $7,500 for a Mittenwald cello, and it's very good cello but in my opinion my Maestro outshines it in every aspect. I was expecting to pay $15,000 for a suitable cello!" - B. Short
We have greatly improved our Maestro cello over the years, and the current version is by far the finest yet! Higher quality woods, expertly hand applied varnish, and fittings, setup equal to that used on our Michael Todd and Kallo Bartok instruments - the StringWorks Setup™ (Photos shown reflect two varying varnish colors, available at times, inquire for current options)
Rich, velvety tone
Wide, round, room filling resonance
Thick, deep baritone low end
Sweet, singing upper register
Solid, carved highly flamed maple back and sides, solid carved aged spruce top, hand applied oil varnish, moderately antiqued. Ebony fingerboard, top quality Despiau French bridge, Larsen A & D / D'Addario Helicore G & C OR Kaplan set, Wittner composite tailpiece with built-in fine tuners, upgraded composite endpin. New Harmony Music carbon fiber endpin available as an option for $99.00 installed.
Artist, Virtuoso, or Maestro: Which to choose?
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"The Maestro cello outfit arrived today and I'm very happy with it! Thank you! The cello is set up very nicely, easy to play, and for a new instrument has a lovely tone. The only comparable instrument I found to this one was made by a Judge Thomas (if I recall correctly) in 1935, and sold for $6,500. All the quality is there in the construction - even down to the purfling and the setting of the pegs." - M.M.
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