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    New music for Zanetto Pellegrino.

    Jazz performer and composer Robert Rivera was in my shop last week, he was kind to play on my new Zanetto da Montichiari 1576 replica.  I am particularly impressed by the harmonics and bass tones he was able to get from this comfortable and rather compact cello.  The string length is shy of 27"circa or 68.8 cm. the cello was set up with a French bridge, C and G are Spiracore Tungsten, D is Pirastro Permanent and A is Jaeger forte.  The tailpiece is ebony French style (71gr.) with carbon fiber tuners, and Kevlar tail cord.

    Thank you Robert!

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