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AB #2 Cello Rosin - Dark

Item# 1186

Shar: $5.99Sale: $5.35

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Cello, dark, attached cloth, with tie string.

Motrya Gold Rosin for Violin, Viola, or Cello

Item# 1347

Shar: $12.99Sale: $10.99

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Violin, Viola, Cello. Chamois wrapper with elastic tie. Single grade for violin-viola-cello.

Jargar Cello String Set

Item# 147S M

List: $281.06Shar: $95.56

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Jargar Cello String Set, 4/4 size, Medium gauge, Chromesteel wound on steel core

Kolstein Ultra Cello Rosin

Item# SK2U

Shar: $12.29Sale: $9.85

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Stretto® Humidifier for Cello

Item# S1030

$39.00

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The Stretto from Switzerland is simply the most effective system for maintaining a safe and consistent humidity level in a case's interior. The Stretto bag effectively humidifies for up to two weeks. When ready to rehydrate the bag, simply re-soak in water (use distilled water for best results). Benefits to the player include an instrument safer from the risk of cracks, more consistent performance, and bow hair that does not dry and shrink (causing higher tension risking warpage or even tip breaks).

Charles Avsharian, CEO of SHAR, says about the Stretto: "I highly recommend the Stretto system to advanced players and professionals as it is without question the best humidifying system available. The humidifying bags are easy to use, and last up to two weeks without any maintenance. For those with valuable instruments and bows, I believe the Stretto system is extremely valuable for safeguarding their investment and for consistent top performance."

And Cyrus Forough, Concert Artist, Professor of Violin , Carnegie Mellon University says about the Stretto: "As in all museums protecting great works of art, the humidity must be equalized for the preservation  of such masterpieces. All instruments require similar protection, regardless of their age, we owe it to our precious investment. I heartily recommend the Stretto."

Humidity Advisory
Central heating, air conditioning and the dry climate parts of the country have done more damage to musical instruments than all other natural forces. There are a few absolutes to follow in order to keep your instrument in top condition and save time and money spent on repair.

1. Use the Stretto system of controlled, moisture release and electronic humidistat.
2. Keep your case closed at all times except to remove or replace the instrument.
3. Replace moisture pouches as needed (keep some spares handy).

Stretto® Humidifier with Hygrometer for Cello

Item# S1040

$77.00

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The Stretto from Switzerland is simply the most effective system for maintaining a safe and consistent humidity level in a case's interior. The Stretto bag effectively humidifies for up to two weeks. When ready to rehydrate the bag, simply re-soak in water (use distilled water for best results). Benefits to the player include an instrument safer from the risk of cracks, more consistent performance, and bow hair that does not dry and shrink (causing higher tension risking warpage or even tip breaks).

Charles Avsharian, CEO of SHAR, says about the Stretto: "I highly recommend the Stretto system to advanced players and professionals as it is without question the best humidifying system available. The humidifying bags are easy to use, and last up to two weeks without any maintenance. For those with valuable instruments and bows, I believe the Stretto system is extremely valuable for safeguarding their investment and for consistent top performance."

And Cyrus Forough, Concert Artist, Professor of Violin , Carnegie Mellon University says about the Stretto: "As in all museums protecting great works of art, the humidity must be equalized for the preservation  of such masterpieces. All instruments require similar protection, regardless of their age, we owe it to our precious investment. I heartily recommend the Stretto."

Humidity Advisory
Central heating, air conditioning and the dry climate parts of the country have done more damage to musical instruments than all other natural forces. There are a few absolutes to follow in order to keep your instrument in top condition and save time and money spent on repair.

1. Use the Stretto system of controlled, moisture release and electronic humidistat.
2. Keep your case closed at all times except to remove or replace the instrument.
3. Replace moisture pouches as needed (keep some spares handy).

Helicore Cello G String Medium 1/4 Size

Item# 773G 14M

List: $78.75Shar: $33.45

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D'Addario Helicore Cello G string, Tungsten and silver wound on steel core.

Helicore Cello G String Medium 1/8 Size

Item# 773G 18M

List: $78.75Shar: $33.45

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D'Addario Helicore Cello G string, Tungsten and silver wound on steel core.

D'Addario Helicore Cello C String 1/4 Size Medium

Item# 774C 14M

List: $98.00Shar: $41.70

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D'Addario Helicore Cello C string, Tungsten and silver wound on steel core.

D'Addario Helicore Cello C String 1/8 Size Medium

Item# 774C 18M

List: $98.00Shar: $41.70

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D'Addario Helicore Cello C string, Tungsten and silver wound on steel core.

Stretto® Spare Bag for Cello

Item# S1050C

Shar: $5.00Sale: $4.50

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Extra humidification bag for use with Stretto Humidifier for Cello or Stretto Humidifier with Hygrometer for Cello.

Dycem Black Hole Cello Endpin Stop

Item# 1145

$14.95

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Made by a company that specializes in non-slip rubber products, the Black Hole Cello Stop is a simple and effective means of holding the cello in place - the smoother and harder the floor, the better it works. Just place the Black Hole in position and let the unique non-slip properties do the rest. No messing around with strings or belt straps around the chair legs!! Easily carried in the pocket or in the case.

"Floors in performance venues always seem to be harder, dustier, and slicker than normal floors; as a result, endpin anchors that have proven to be reliable to me in the past have failed me with large numbers of other people watching. This was exactly the case in a recent performance of my cello trio. I used a small circular rubber endpin stop and a Stahlhammer endpin, but despite this, when I put any amount of weight on my cello, it slipped forward with a horrible noise. In retrospect, I could have been more prepared for that situation by bringing a higher quality endpin anchor. The Xeros is my personal favorite, as it attachs to the leg of your chair and therefore cannot possibly move. It is, however, bulkier than most endpin stops, so for those looking for a more convenient and portable stop the Sure-Stop and the Black Hole are excellent choices."
- Charlie Dwyer, Cellist, SHAR Apprentice

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