Updated: Apr 12, 2019
Cello is a musical instrument that emerged in the early 16th century.
The ancestor of cello, which is called violloncello in other name, Viola Da Gamba.
An Interesting feature of cello is that it resembles a female body. It is an acoustic instrument with four wires and bass sound.
There is a metal bar called ‘pick’ under the bottom of the cello so that cellists can make adjustments according to their height and holding position.
As in all string instruments, the tuning is carried out by the tunning pegs. The four tuning pegs located on the scroll and also for tightening and loosening the corresponding strings four fine tuners located on the tailpiece of the cello.