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Aubert Lutherie Georges Michel Cello - 4/4

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Aubert Lutherie was established in 1864 by Emile Aubert along the Madon River at Ambacourt near Mirecourt, France. This region is the cradle of the French stringed-instrument trade due to its proximity to the forests of the Vosages and the Jura. Throughout most of its history Aubert Lutherie was a maker of fine bridges, however in 1987 a stringed-instrument workshop was added, and the enterprise was gathered together in Mirecourt itself.

Georges Michel Cello
Inspired by the French and Mirecourt tradition of J. B Vuillaume instruments, this cello has a beautiful light-brown varnish with a nice transparency, and favours a warm sonority.

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Closest StoreVictoria, British Columbia
I recently bought a George Michel Cello from Long & McQuade,and wanted to share my experience with anyone looking for a new cello. Firstly,I'd like to give a huge "pat on the back" to Chris Logan,"the string go-to-guy at the Victoria shop.His professionalism and caring,have gone well beyond what I'd ever have quote him.." If you aren't happy with our services and instruments,then we haven't done a good enough job!" Chris,Long & McQuade have gone that extra mile,and I really feel that they genuinely care. The cello is really great. 'Had been playing a 7/8 Enesco Romanian Cello for the past 17 years. It's a great cello too...but I felt that a full sized instrument was worth a try,now that my skill level has improved(relatively!) The resonance of this cello is amazing...and it hasn't been "broken in yet!". The boxwood tail piece,and pegs make it a thing of beauty...whether resting in it's stand,or playing it. I'd recommend this instrument to anyone,and I certainly would recommend L&McQ for their excellent service,and caring attitude.
Posted by Anne Reeson on Apr 4, 2018
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