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A customer came in today ask me to rehair this bow for her because other shops refuse to do it. After I cut the hair I realized whoever rehair It last superglued the shell slide and it is completely stuck. Upon removing it, the shell cracked and came off. After rehairing it and built a new slide, I could not find a piece of shell to dress it up so decided that this probably match better with this carbon fiber bow.... ... See MoreSee Less

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This must be the lightest cello tailpiece on the planet, not sure if it is legal :) ... See MoreSee Less

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This piece is made to go on a famous Stradivarius cello. ... See MoreSee Less

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The first carbon fiber cello using my carbon fiber tailpiece, it sounds great according to the owner, cellist Richard Bamping principle cellist of Hong Kong Phil. ... See MoreSee Less

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Since the steel mould for my viola pieces weight 26lbs, I have decided to make a violin version mould that weigh next to nothing. However the first attempt did not work well with all the pin holes and unsaturated resin, attempt number 2 is now in the oven. Was sidetracked and started adding carbon fiber to my golf club head.......... ... See MoreSee Less

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Why did you invent a tailpiece with carbon fiber?

I am a strong believer that our instruments still have room to improve in sound and vibration and naturally produce a bigger and more vibrant sound. The tailpiece is a sensitive area of our instrument, its function is not only hold strings but to transmit the vibration and feed it back to the bridge. Using carbon fiber makes sense  because its weight to density ratio is able to transmit vibrations back to the bridge much more than wood,  plastic or metal. I made one for my 1700 Mateo Goffriller, instantly it woke up the old cello and gave it extra vibration, more focus, deeper bass, faster response, clearer tone and much more sound.

How much does it cost?

The violin version is $350 and comes with 1 titanium fine tuner on the E. French or Hill style available.
The viola version is $450.
The cello version is $800 for no fine tuners, $1200 with titanium fine tuners.
The bass version is $1000.

What information do I need to give you when I order?

We currently have 2 models for cello, FR and FE.
FR is for cellos with the bottom bout larger than 44cm like Montagnana,  Goffrillers, Rugierri or early Stradivarius.
FE is for cellos with narrower than 44cm bottom bout like the forma B Stradivarius, Guadagnini etc.

Can I customize the weight?

Yes, but please allow a 2-3 grams of tolerance as each scale may be different.

Violin – 7 grams and up
Viola – 9 grams and up
Cello – 28 grams and up
Bass – 65 grams and up

Can I customize in decoration?

Yes, please let us know the complexity and we can price accordingly.

The tailpiece look asymmetrical, is it suppose to be like that?

Yes, our paten Pending design follow the curvature of the bridge lowing the 3rd string to be the highest point so when the string extend from the bridge to the tailpiece it is a even angle of decent from all 4 strings creating a more even pressure on the bridge.

Does it come with tailgut?

Yes, each tailpiece will come with 2 Kevlar cords.

Can you tune my tailpiece to a specific note?

Yes, we can depending on which note and which model you choose, additional cost may be applied.

How long does it take to receive the product?

Since this is a hand made to order, please contact us for more accurate timing.

Can I try it first before I buy?

Yes, we are offering a 30 days trial before payment.

What form of payment do you take?

Check, money order, credit card (please add 3%), PayPal, and bank transfer.

Do you offer payment plans?

Yes we do, we offer 12 months interest free payment plan.

What is the warranty on this tailpiece?

We offer a lifetime warranty on the tailpiece body.