Violin & Cello Maintenance tips you need to know
How to properly take care of your violin & cello.
You have just bought a violin or cello. Now is time to learn important steps on how to take care of your strings instruments to ensure that they are properly maintained. (In the event that you don’t already have a violin/cello and are looking to buy one or rent one, probably the easiest thing is to go to our strings instrument store and have them size you for an instrument.)
Why this is important? On top of continuously getting a warm sound from the instrument, you will save money from repairing costs too at the violin/cello repair shop.
When do I repair my violin or cello in Singapore?
Common places needed attention: check the bridge, pegs, and soundpost.
Because of the fluctuating dry heat and cold temperatures, many players spend a lot of time tuning their instruments. The constant tightening and loosening of tension can shift the bridge and potentially warp it. The pegs also tend to shrink over time, which can lead to slipping.
Where can I repair or have a check on my cello or violin in Singapore?
If you suspect your cello isn’t playing its best, don’t hesitate to make an appointment with a qualified repair technician at your local repair shop. They’ll inspect it and test it for any damage. With proper care and maintenance, your cello can provide you with a lifetime of beautiful music.