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Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)

Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)

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Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
Cecilio 4/4 CCO-Black Student Cello Outfit in Metallic Black (Full Size)
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Size: full-size


Color: Black


Features

  • Metallic black finish, Size 4/4 Cello (Full Size)
  • Spruce top with maple back, neck and sides
  • Hardwood fingerboard and pegs, alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners
  • Includes: padded lightweight soft carrying case, Brazilwood cello bow, a cello stand, an extra set of cello strings, & a high quality rosin cake
  • 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects

Description

Size:full-size | Color:Black This Cecilio cello is ideal for beginner or student cellist featuring a crack-proof spruce top, maple back, neck and sides. This cello is outfitted with a padded lightweight carrying soft case with pockets and adjustable backpack straps (making it convenient to carry to school or orchestra), a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, cello stand, rosin cake, and an extra set of cello strings. Please note that the bridge will not be setup before shipment to avoid damage to the cello body during transit.


Item Weight: 21.9 pounds


Product Dimensions: 59 x 19 x 14 inches


Item model number: 4/4CCO-Black


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 6, 2010


Color Name: Black


Number of Strings: 4


Size: full-size


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Delivery

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Size: full-size


Color: Black


Features

  • Metallic black finish, Size 4/4 Cello (Full Size)
  • Spruce top with maple back, neck and sides
  • Hardwood fingerboard and pegs, alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners
  • Includes: padded lightweight soft carrying case, Brazilwood cello bow, a cello stand, an extra set of cello strings, & a high quality rosin cake
  • 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects

Description

Size:full-size | Color:Black This Cecilio cello is ideal for beginner or student cellist featuring a crack-proof spruce top, maple back, neck and sides. This cello is outfitted with a padded lightweight carrying soft case with pockets and adjustable backpack straps (making it convenient to carry to school or orchestra), a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, cello stand, rosin cake, and an extra set of cello strings. Please note that the bridge will not be setup before shipment to avoid damage to the cello body during transit.


Item Weight: 21.9 pounds


Product Dimensions: 59 x 19 x 14 inches


Item model number: 4/4CCO-Black


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 6, 2010


Color Name: Black


Number of Strings: 4


Size: full-size


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Metallic black finish, Size 4/4 Cello (Full Size)
  • Spruce top with maple back, neck and sides
  • Hardwood fingerboard and pegs, alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners
  • Includes: padded lightweight soft carrying case, Brazilwood cello bow, a cello stand, an extra set of cello strings, & a high quality rosin cake
  • 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects

Description

Size:full-size | Color:Black This Cecilio cello is ideal for beginner or student cellist featuring a crack-proof spruce top, maple back, neck and sides. This cello is outfitted with a padded lightweight carrying soft case with pockets and adjustable backpack straps (making it convenient to carry to school or orchestra), a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, cello stand, rosin cake, and an extra set of cello strings. Please note that the bridge will not be setup before shipment to avoid damage to the cello body during transit.


Item Weight: 21.9 pounds


Product Dimensions: 59 x 19 x 14 inches


Item model number: 4/4CCO-Black


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 6, 2010


Color Name: Black


Number of Strings: 4


Size: full-size


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By COCl2 - Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2017
My music teacher would definitely refer to it as a very good student cello
This product deserves a response. I have a 3/4 "ladies" cello made in 1894. But it needs repairs, so I upgraded to a full-size cello with this purchase. My music teacher would definitely refer to it as a very good student cello. I haven't tried out the bow that comes with it because the bow I have was purchased for $250, which is close to the cost of this cello. The sound of this cello is rich and mournful. Utterly beautiful and well worth the price. Feel free to ask me any specific questions.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By AB - Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2017
DO NOT BUY THIS INSTRUMENT. IT IS A WASTE OF YOUR TIME AND YOUR MONEY.
Do Not buy this instrument. It is a piece of garbage. I made the mistake of ordering one despite the 3.5 star rating. The FIRST instrument I received would not tune. I tried myself, then I took it to a music store that specializes in string instruments. They said "send it back". I thought, "Oh, I got a lemon, no biggie". I sent it back and they sent me another one. This one was slightly better in that I could tune 3 of the four strings, but the A string would only tune to A2, not A3. If I turned it 1/256th of a turn, it would jump up to B3. To sell something like this is unethical. I've wasted enormous amounts of time attempting to tune it, taking it to a music store, and what will be two visits to the UPS store. I'm dismayed Amazon would sell a product such as this that simply does not do what it's supposed to. DO NOT BUY THIS INSTRUMENT. IT IS A WASTE OF YOUR TIME AND YOUR MONEY.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Rahabib/jannaliisaj - Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2017
Great 1st student Cello!!!!!
I bought this full size cello for myself to learn to play with my 8 year old who just joined her school orchestra. I never plan to play in an orchestra, I never plan to play a concert, but I have ALWAYS wanted to learn to play Cello. This is a nice Cello, easy to make noise out of, and makes a nice loud sound. It does not have a deep rich tone like a higher quality cello would, but it's also not priced like a higher quality cello (It's a bit tinny). If you're looking for something to just play around with at home, or if your kid says they want to play, but you don't want to spend the money on buying or renting one, this is a great cello to get started (my orchestra teacher says if the student sticks with it they'll need a nicer one after about a year). I LOVE this cello. It is perfect for me to dink around on it at home and possibly join my daughter in her orchestra lesson here and there. I gave it 3 stars because it is a student model and I wanted to make sure that while it's a great 1st cello, anyone reading this will know that it will need to be replaced with a higher quality model after about a year or so of experience.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2017
Good quality student cello.
Let me start this review by describing who I am. I’m a design engineer with a machining background. I also play a number of other instruments like drums, guitar and some piano/ key board. I also service all of my own instruments, for example, doing all of the bridge and fret work on the electric and acoustic guitars that I own. Now lets talk about the cco-100 cello. I was looking for a cello that was a decent quality for a reasonable price. I always wanted to learn how to play the cello but didn’t want to spend a lot of money. I do understand rich sound with acoustic instruments often comes with a price. (That’s why I own a Martin acoustic guitar.) The cello arrived on time and in excelent condition. It was packed well inside its soft case inside a box with plenty of cardboard padding. As expected, the bridge was not in place and the sound post was rolling around inside the body. (This gets shipped this way so the cello is not damaged durring shipment. ) As I was waiting for the cello to arrive, I researched how to set up a cello, and found a number of good vidios on how to set the bridge and sound post. So when the cello arrived I went straight to work. I first made some tooling to retrieve the sound post and set it according to the video instructions. For me it was a very easy task. Then set up the bridge and tuned the cello. This took me about 2 hours to complete. Rosined the new bow for about 10 minutes. I was able to pull a sound the first time I tried! (Very exciting moment!) After playing for a few days I noticed that the bridge could be re-shaped to improve the bow angles and lower the action of the strings. So I marked how low I wanted to go, removed the bridge and re-carved the top of the bridge. After re- installing the bridge, the bow angles were improved and the action was better. I also changed out the strings and installed the D’adario Prelude string set. This improved the sound a bit especially the D an A strings. These strings bring a warmer tone than the ones that come with the cello. I also want to describe how this cello is made. All the panels are basicly formed laminated sheets of wood (ply wood) and not hand carved out of a solid block. That’s what they mean by “crack proof top”. With this to me even though it is a plywood cello it still has a decent tone for the price. In conclusion, If you are someone like me this cello is an excellent buy. I did have to do some setup work before I could start playing it but for me that was half the fun! If you don’t feel comfortable doing a little DIY work and have a local music store that would set it up for you for a reasonable price, this cello would still be a good buy. If you are looking for a cello that you can take home and play right away it might be a better option to spend more money to buy a cello off the rack at a local music store that is allready set up. Hope this review helps, and happy celloing.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By COCl2 - Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2017
My music teacher would definitely refer to it as a very good student cello
This product deserves a response. I have a 3/4 "ladies" cello made in 1894. But it needs repairs, so I upgraded to a full-size cello with this purchase. My music teacher would definitely refer to it as a very good student cello. I haven't tried out the bow that comes with it because the bow I have was purchased for $250, which is close to the cost of this cello. The sound of this cello is rich and mournful. Utterly beautiful and well worth the price. Feel free to ask me any specific questions.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By AB - Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2017
DO NOT BUY THIS INSTRUMENT. IT IS A WASTE OF YOUR TIME AND YOUR MONEY.
Do Not buy this instrument. It is a piece of garbage. I made the mistake of ordering one despite the 3.5 star rating. The FIRST instrument I received would not tune. I tried myself, then I took it to a music store that specializes in string instruments. They said "send it back". I thought, "Oh, I got a lemon, no biggie". I sent it back and they sent me another one. This one was slightly better in that I could tune 3 of the four strings, but the A string would only tune to A2, not A3. If I turned it 1/256th of a turn, it would jump up to B3. To sell something like this is unethical. I've wasted enormous amounts of time attempting to tune it, taking it to a music store, and what will be two visits to the UPS store. I'm dismayed Amazon would sell a product such as this that simply does not do what it's supposed to. DO NOT BUY THIS INSTRUMENT. IT IS A WASTE OF YOUR TIME AND YOUR MONEY.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Rahabib/jannaliisaj - Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2017
Great 1st student Cello!!!!!
I bought this full size cello for myself to learn to play with my 8 year old who just joined her school orchestra. I never plan to play in an orchestra, I never plan to play a concert, but I have ALWAYS wanted to learn to play Cello. This is a nice Cello, easy to make noise out of, and makes a nice loud sound. It does not have a deep rich tone like a higher quality cello would, but it's also not priced like a higher quality cello (It's a bit tinny). If you're looking for something to just play around with at home, or if your kid says they want to play, but you don't want to spend the money on buying or renting one, this is a great cello to get started (my orchestra teacher says if the student sticks with it they'll need a nicer one after about a year). I LOVE this cello. It is perfect for me to dink around on it at home and possibly join my daughter in her orchestra lesson here and there. I gave it 3 stars because it is a student model and I wanted to make sure that while it's a great 1st cello, anyone reading this will know that it will need to be replaced with a higher quality model after about a year or so of experience.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2017
Good quality student cello.
Let me start this review by describing who I am. I’m a design engineer with a machining background. I also play a number of other instruments like drums, guitar and some piano/ key board. I also service all of my own instruments, for example, doing all of the bridge and fret work on the electric and acoustic guitars that I own. Now lets talk about the cco-100 cello. I was looking for a cello that was a decent quality for a reasonable price. I always wanted to learn how to play the cello but didn’t want to spend a lot of money. I do understand rich sound with acoustic instruments often comes with a price. (That’s why I own a Martin acoustic guitar.) The cello arrived on time and in excelent condition. It was packed well inside its soft case inside a box with plenty of cardboard padding. As expected, the bridge was not in place and the sound post was rolling around inside the body. (This gets shipped this way so the cello is not damaged durring shipment. ) As I was waiting for the cello to arrive, I researched how to set up a cello, and found a number of good vidios on how to set the bridge and sound post. So when the cello arrived I went straight to work. I first made some tooling to retrieve the sound post and set it according to the video instructions. For me it was a very easy task. Then set up the bridge and tuned the cello. This took me about 2 hours to complete. Rosined the new bow for about 10 minutes. I was able to pull a sound the first time I tried! (Very exciting moment!) After playing for a few days I noticed that the bridge could be re-shaped to improve the bow angles and lower the action of the strings. So I marked how low I wanted to go, removed the bridge and re-carved the top of the bridge. After re- installing the bridge, the bow angles were improved and the action was better. I also changed out the strings and installed the D’adario Prelude string set. This improved the sound a bit especially the D an A strings. These strings bring a warmer tone than the ones that come with the cello. I also want to describe how this cello is made. All the panels are basicly formed laminated sheets of wood (ply wood) and not hand carved out of a solid block. That’s what they mean by “crack proof top”. With this to me even though it is a plywood cello it still has a decent tone for the price. In conclusion, If you are someone like me this cello is an excellent buy. I did have to do some setup work before I could start playing it but for me that was half the fun! If you don’t feel comfortable doing a little DIY work and have a local music store that would set it up for you for a reasonable price, this cello would still be a good buy. If you are looking for a cello that you can take home and play right away it might be a better option to spend more money to buy a cello off the rack at a local music store that is allready set up. Hope this review helps, and happy celloing.