The Stentor II cello is one of the most popular instruments we have, and has an Ebony fingerboard and pegs unlike the Stentor I.
Stentor have over 100 years of history and since the 1960’s over two million people have started their musical journey using a Stentor instrument.
The Stentor II cello range combines the knowledge and skills drawn from all those years of experience, and offers any beginner a solid, well made, and deep sounding instrument.
All our cellos are set up correctly before leaving us. We adjust the tuning pegs, bridge fitting, string height and more. We also fit quality strings (D’Addario Prelude RRP £77)
The cello comes complete with everything you need including bow, rosin, & case.
The Stentor Student II cello is the recommended student cello outfit. All Stentor cellos are carved from solid tonewoods with inlaid purfling and individually thicknessed for quality of sound. It has an ebony fingerboard and ebony pegs and is fitted with a composite tailpiece with integral adjusters (1/10 and 1/16 size have alloy tailpiece with integral adjusters). The outfit includes a quality full mounted wood bow with natural horsehair and ebony frog. The cello is protected in a well-designed padded nylon cover with safety reflectors, bow and accessory pockets and back straps
We include everything needed to get anyone started. Your hire package will include…
Cello Bow Rosin
Soft Carry Case
We use Parcel Force to deliver our cellos. They are all well packaged in bespoke boxes that offer the necessary protection for the journey to your door.
The box and any packaging will need to be kept for the return journey back to us.
Once your cello reaches the Parcel Force depot, you will receive an email from Parcel Force with tracking details.
What makes our cellos different?
What makes our Cellos Different?
We don’t just rent any instrument, we want to encourage the player to learn and enjoy, so we take a good quality instrument and then:
Adjust the height of the bridge and nut. (Too high and the strings are hard to press down. Too low and they buzz on the fingerboard)
Check the curve of the bridge. (Too shallow and you play 2 strings at once, too high and you catch the wood at the edge.)
Check the fit of the pegs. (Too loose and the instrument won’t stay in tune. Too tight and it’s very difficult to tune!)
Check the fit and position of the soundpost. (Too tight and it can crack the cello. Too loose and it will keep falling down. The sound is stifled if it is positioned incorrectly.)
Fit high quality strings for increased sound quality. (RRP 77.00)
We swap out the factory supplied bow, with a quality P&H bow.