Cecilio CCO-Blue Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size)

Cecilio CCO-Blue Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size)

  • Size 4/4 (Full Size) metallic blue cello
  • Crack-proof spruce top with maple neck, back & sides
  • Maple fingerboard and pegs with an alloy tailpiece with four integrated fine tuners
  • Includes: padded soft carrying case, a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, rosin, bridge, cello stand, and extra set of strings
  • 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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.

List Price: $ 259.99 Price: $ 199.99


Jade L'Opera JADE Rosin for Violin, Viola, and Cello

  • For Violin, Viola and Cello
  • A smooth yet firm grip
  • Dust-free adhesion
  • Will not scratch fine varnishes
  • Comes in a protective velvet cloth wrap
Jade L'Opera rosin for Violin, viola and cello. Comes with a protective cloth wrap and it stored in a plastic container. Rosin is 1.5" x .5"

List Price: $ 10.40 Price: $ 8.00

3 thoughts on “Cecilio CCO-Blue Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size)

  1. Lexie Lo.
    72 of 77 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    good rosin (from beg intm adult student) BUT priced high, January 25, 2010
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    Lexie Lo. (east coast, USA) –

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    This review is from: Jade L’Opera JADE Rosin for Violin, Viola, and Cello (Electronics)
    My suggestions to parents who have kids who play violin:
    1. as they get older, get them a good quality instrument. Rent one, don’t buy one – the rentals are so much better quality than what you’d probably budget for. I am currently renting a better-quality instrument than I played as a teen – as a child I guess it doesn’t matter, but as I got older, a better instrument would have been nice.
    2. get them a good quality rosin. As an adult I have come to appreciate spending alittle more money for things that are worth it – and this rosin is one of them…to a certain point. I got tis exact rosin for $10.86 and although that is about 10x more than I’d have ever expected to pay for rosin, I think the results are well-worth it. (although after I posted my raving review the price hovered at $16-$17 for it, which i think is HORRIBLE. I’m morally opposed to buying more of this rosin until the prices goes back down!!!!
    3. get them a couple private lessons from a teacher who cares. and believes in them.

    This is why I like this rosin:
    1. The higher quality makes the bow stick better to the strings
    2. overall it helped produce a nicer tone ( I changed just the rosin, not the violin. I used the regular free rosin that the rental company gave me for a little while, then decided to try this rosin. so only the rosin has changed, not the quality of the violin)

    However:
    1. It does give off a lot of dust – i don’t know if this amount is typical of higher-quality rosins, but I find myself cleaning more off my strings and violin at the end of my sessions now.
    2. I do find that it wears off surprisingly quickly. Let’s say I practice a little over an hour, I might re-apply once or twice. I can’t remember that clearly but I think when I was younger and playing in the orchestra, I don’t know that I even re-applied the rosin during a performance, which would be about that same amount of time. But 1)maybe my memory fails me and 2) maybe the lesser the quailty rosin the more it sticks to the bow and not the strings or 3) maybe I was just not that into playing that I didn’t care enough to re-apply.

    Overall: This rosin impressed me. I really think it changed the sound that was coming out of the instrument. It inspired me to start recording myself and send to my parents, who were thrilled that all those years of pestering me to ‘practice my violin’ have finally come to fruition.

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  2. E. Alarcon
    47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If this is rosin, what the heck have I been using??, January 29, 2011
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    E. Alarcon (Murrieta, CA) –
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    This review is from: Jade L’Opera JADE Rosin for Violin, Viola, and Cello (Electronics)
    After reading the reviews on here I decided to upgrade my rosin since I had been using the good ole’ amber brick since childhood. OMG, what have I been using? The bow just glides on the strings now! You can definitely tell the difference right away and I will never go back to the amber brick again. For me personally, I don’t think it gives off as much dust as the amber rosin. At about 11 dollars, I’d say it is worth every penny. Show your violin you care! <3<3<3

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  3. Anonymous
    43 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Jade Rosin: Wonderful, April 2, 2006
    A Kid’s Review
    I recently bought this rosin (having never used it before) after using many different rosins such as kaplan, pirastro, light and dark hill, and others. This is DEFINATELY my favorite by far. great grip and doesn’t produce much dust. I was using this to play on the Bach Cello Suites (arranged for viola) and it gave me great volume, and, I could play softly (on the string, not in) and not sound muffled or airy, due the wonderful tack of the rosin. BUY!!

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