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Patina Model 520 "Notre Dame" Intermediate Cello Outfit

Patina PTC520 "Notre Dame" Front and Back

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This Patina Strings Model 520 Intermediate Cello Outfit is the ideal instrument package for advancing student cellists looking for a top quality instrument.  Inspired by the Italian classics, this cello is marked by its fine attention to detail and its well balanced tonal qualities. 

Additional Information

Instrument Type Cello
Model No
Level Intermediate
Sizes Available 4/4 (Full Size), 7/8, 3/4, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 and 1/10
% Off Retail
Top Material Hand-carved Seasoned Spruce
Back Material Hand-carved Maple with medium curl
Finish Attractive and Durable Hand Applied Amber-brown Varnish
Fittings Ebony fingerboard, tailpiece and Pegs
Bridge Maple/French cut
Strings D'Addario™ Prelude
Tailpiece Wittner with 4 built-in fine tuners
Endpin Type Rosewood Collar with Brass Thumb Screw
Case Patina Strings 1001 Soft Padded Gig Bag
Bow Patina Carbon Fiber Composite Bow
Lease to Own Term No
Accessories Included Fully-Carved Cello with professional set-up, Padded Bag, Bow, Rosin, Polishing Cloth, FREE Music Stand (with purchase only) and Name Tag
Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty
Price $2,100.00
Lease-to-Own Monthly Price $88.00
Damage Protection (Monthly) $10.00
Retail Price No

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Customer Reviews

Jason gave me exactly what i was looking for Review by Greg
I play the violin and wanted to find a good Cello that I could grow into, one that is excellent quality but affordable. I was blessed to meet Jason from the Instrument Place. Extremely nice, helpful and he found me the perfect instrument and case. I couldn't be happier and I highly recommend his company for any beginner, intermediate or advanced player he knows his stuff and loves the instruments. He really wants to help you find the perfect instrument for you. I am very thankful i found him. (Posted on 4/20/2018)