Cellos: Becker, JinYin, Cremona, Nagoya Suzuki, Strunal, J.LaSalle
Buying cellos as well as violins have a lot of similarities. The only difference between cellos and violins is that as compared to violins, a cello is a smaller instrument. For beginners the small sized cello will perfectly suit besides which it can fit into your budget well. Once you start getting serious about playing it you can consider the ones that are priced averagely. Professional and skilled performers can consider models that high ended, which will definitely be pricey musical instruments. Depending upon your choice that is completely personal you can rent cellos to get a proper feel of the instrument first. Even if you are interested in considering a new piece there are a number of affordable pieces available at the online music stores, music shops in your locality and ads in the newspapers as well. While making the purchase, a good idea would be to take an experienced person or a professional in the field with you so that the instrument can be tested and advice is taken properly.