cello maintenance

How to Use a Cello Dampit

2017-11-08T14:02:56+00:00 Categories: Product Reviews, Reviews|Tags: , |

Are you a regular traveling musician or keep your cello in a dry place? If so, you'll want to invest in a dampit. Harsh winter weather and dry environments can cause severe damage to your cello in the form of cracks. A single crack on your fine cello not only reduces the sound quality but is also detrimental to your equipment. You never want to open your case and see a crack running down your instrument. One proven way of preventing damage to your instrument is to use a cello dampit. You can read more about

How to Prepare Your Cello for Summer

2017-06-30T06:22:30+00:00 Categories: General Cello|Tags: , , , |

Summer is nearly upon us so it's time to get your cello ready for summer. In order to make sure your cello stays in perfect playing condition, we have provided a set of tips for you to consider as the temperatures and humidity increase this summer.   Watch the Humidity Unlike in the winter where the risk is low humidity, we have the opposite issue in the summer. With hot summer temperatures also comes high humidity, the kind that can wreck havoc on your precious cello. When humidity interacts with your cello High humidity poses two