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Bellafina ChinCello Outfit16" viola dimensions with interior body modifications and specially designed strings combine to make a chin-position instrument that has the sound of a cello. With a ChinCello, the strolling string quartet becomes possible, and a ChinCello is the perfect choice when performing space is limited. It's also lots of fun to play.
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I found that this instrument surprised me with its depth of sound. On the lower strings you do have to put a lot of power into your bowing, but the instrument responds with loads of sound. On the D and A strings the instrument is sweet and mellow and most enjoyable. It is quite different from a violin to play, but great fun and just right for dragging round from one place to another with a group of fiddlers. I too had an issue with the "C" string failing. I replaced the failed "C" string with an octave violin "C" from supersensitive. I also rewound the "G" string on the "C" string peg. The new "C" string went on the "G" string peg. The string is a little too short for the instrument, but this is not critical for the sound. [Some of the end winding projects over onto the fingerboard]. New purchasers, enjoy your instrument!!! Like I do. Cheers Chris Bacchus
I just got my ChinCello yesterday that I ordered from WW and BW. What a fascinating instrument! I can't wait for the next few weeks of learning to play it (I already play the cello) and taking it in to the orchestra for the first time! I think they will be fascinated with it, too! Thanks for offering this. I've looked for something like this for a very long time, and, now, it's like a dream come true!
Remarkably nice sound for such a small resonating chamber. Fun to play, nice narrow neck and good dimensions for the violist. I believe that I will find this useful on those Christmas Eve Midnight Mass gigs that had no cellos available or those weddings with string trio that have to move around a lot. I am currently learning to play cello (on the real instrument) but have to break myself of the habit of reading bass clef on the viola (always on the lower two strings). Already, the chin cello (which I prefer to refer to as an "octave" viola) is helping me with this (minor) problem. My students are intrigued with it and are understanding the concepts behind pitch/string length and string thickness/density. Thank you guys for bringing this instrument to our attention.
The instrument is well set up, and feels like playing a 16" viola. Good sound level, and clear tone. Will need to work on the correct bowing technique, esp. for the lower strings, to allow for the slower vibration rate of the low pitch. The only issue I've had is, like some other reviewers, the low C string failed less than a week after it arrived and I tuned up. WWBW is sending me a replacement as soon as they restock, but since this is an ongoing problem I suggest trying either reinforcing the string where it goes from the end wrap to bare metal on the peg (the string is a little long, so tuning up causes the bare metal part to bend more to wrap a bit onto the peg, and this is where it's breaking) with something like heat-shrink wire tubing (from an electronics store) or perhaps shift the G and C strings so the C is on the upper left peg and doesn't wind to the bare string.
My new chin cello arrived this afternoon and I immediately began putting happy "miles" on it. The sound is quite warm, much more so than I thought it would produce. It has a rather nice feel, very comfortable to hold and certainly is an interesting, very unusual instrument to have. I took it immediately to my local music store where it drew a small crowd of technicians and string players. The only complaint I have is that the C string immediately failed, but WWBW offered replacements immediately without any quibble at all.
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