This Primavera 200 cello has been set up able to play in our specialist string workshop. That is the usual Primavera 200 cello outfit which includes padded gig bag. Also to be had are options which replace this gig bag with a semi rigid hard case, and a premium option with the hard case and Jargar strings.
An excellent step up instrument, this attractive hand carved cello looks very nice – but importantly sounds implausible. Unlike other Primavera instruments, it’s made for the American market by Eastman strings – and is a actually implausible instrument for its price bracket.
The Primavera 200 cello features had carved maple and spruce with inlaid purfling, ebony fingerboard and fitted pegs, metal alloy tailpiece with integral adjusters, a good qualit bow and a fitted maple bridge. The workmanship is very fine, and in our opinion this will have to be seriously regarded as reasonably than the direct Stentor equivalent, the Conservatore cello.