The right acoustic cello for you will ultimately boil down to your budget and level of experience. Beginners to the instrument should opt for a student model since they are more affordably priced. There are many best-selling student cellos here, many of which come in outfits that include a high-quality bow, rosin and a durable case. Need a suggestion? Check out the Etude Series Cello Outfit. Available in sizes to fit all players (3/4, 1/4, 1/2 and 4/4), this model is an excellent starting point for any aspiring cellist. It sports a warm brown finish, solid maple neck with oiled finish and it comes with a bow and carry bag.
Or maybe you're a student who has been playing for a year or two and want to upgrade to a more high-quality model - in which case, you'll want to go with an intermediate acoustic cello. The popular Bellafina Overture Series Cello Outfit 4/4 Size was designed specifically for students who want to graduate to a full-size instrument. It boasts an ebony fingerboard, composite tailpiece, select French maple bridge and it's set up in the USA to exceed MENC specifications. Paired with a durable padded bag and an octagonal bow, the Overture Cello belongs in the hands of any progressing student.
As for all you veterans of the stage, you can bet that your professional acoustic cello options are impressive ones. Works of art like the Knilling Maestro Cello Outfit w/ Perfection Pegs, Nagoya Suzuki Model 72 Cello Outfit and Karl Willhelm Model 2000 Cello can all be found here. Pick and choose! Any one of these professional cellos deserves your upmost attention.
Now that you have an idea of what acoustic cellos await you in this section, the next move is yours. Whether you've never touched the instrument or have been playing for decades, you're definitely in the right place for a new acoustic cello. So dive in whenever you're ready and see what's in store.