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Re: Does the colour of a cello make it sound different?

Date: Tue Mar 13 15:38:51 2001
Posted By: Justin Miller, Undergraduate, computer science, Geneva College
Area of science: Physics
ID: 984398337.Ph

No, the color does not make a difference.  What can, however, make a 
difference is the type of wood used in the body, neck, head, bridge, and 
even the bow; the makeup and thickness of the strings and the bow's 
string; and the composition of the varnish applied to the cello.

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