The Scott Cao "Guadagnini" is based on a cello from 1777 by J.B. Guadagnini during his creative period in Turin. It is believed to be the last commissioned instrument from his patron, Count Cozio di Salabue. The original cello is named the "Simpson" after H.P. Simpson, who owned it from 1911-1949. The Scott Cao "Guadagnini" is slightly smaller and more compact in body design than the original instrument. However, Scott Cao combines quality tone-woods with excellent craftsmanship to produce a cello with a full, even tone. 0% Financing Available.
The Scott Cao "Guadagnini" cello is meticulously carved by experienced luthiers under the strict supervision of Scott Cao. Spruce top of fine to medium grain. Inlaid purfling. Two piece maple back with strong, medium flame. Ribs and scroll similar to back. Finished in an attractive reddish-brown on a golden ground and antiqued in the style of the original instrument. Outfits include #VACR7 Kaplan rosin: Your choice of case and bow. Standard outfit arrives in a Prelude case. If you have ordered a Thermoplastic case, it will arrive in a separate package. Made in China.
Ebony fingerboard and pegs
Composite tailpiece with four built-in string adjusters