Cello Rental



Per month

Plus option $8 insurance

We also offer intermediate and professional models. Just contact us for more details.

No Contracts

Your kid may decide the instrument they've chosen isn't for them anymore. No problem. You can cancel at any time.

No Deposit

No need to pay us a deposit to get your instrument, just pay your first month's rental fees and we'll send your instrument your way!

Free Shipping

We've got all the shipping fees covered, so you can focus on the flat cost of the instrument. We cover shipping to you and back to us when you're done.

Build Equity

Your instrument rental fee can apply to the purchase of the rental instrument you already have or a brand new intermediate cello.

No Hassle Returns and Repairs

Just give us a call and we'll send you a shipping label to send the instrument back. We'll even cover shipping both ways! More info on our FAQ page.


Anything that happens to your instrument during normal use will be covered by the insurance provided. Exclusions apply. More information on our FAQ page.

Have Questions?

Cello Sizing Information

We want to make sure you’re happy and comfortable with the Cello you play so it’s essential that you rent the right instrument size.

There are 3 different ways to measure:

Measure by Height

  • Find a tape measure or yardstick.
  • Stand straight up, with good posture. 
  • Use the tape measure to measure from the heel of your foot to the top of your head. 
  • Take note of your height. 
  • Use the Height column in the chart below guide to help find the best Cello size. 

Measure by Arm Length

  • Find a tape measure or yardstick.
  • Extend your left arm so it’s perpendicular to your body and fully flat.
  • Fully extend your fingers as if you would be playing the instrument. 
  • Use the tape measure to measure from the tip of your middle finger to your shoulder joint.
  • Take note of this measurement.
  • Use the Arm Length column in the chart below guide to help find the most comfortable Cello size.

Measure by Finger Span

  • Find a ruler.
  • Hold your hand out and fully extend all of your fingers. 
  • Use the ruler to meausre from the tip of your index finger to the tip of your pinky. 
  • Take note of this measurement.
  • Use the Finger Span column in the chart below to find the right Cello size.

Cello Sizing Chart

GradeAgeHeightArm LengthFinger SpanCello Size
1-26-8max. of 4′18″-20″less than 4″1/4 size
3-48-10 4′ – 4′ 6″20″-22″4″-5″1/2 size
5-610-12 4′ 6″ – 5′22″-24″5″-6″3/4 size
7+12+ min. of 5′24″+min. of 6″Full size

These three charts are for mobile :

GradeAgeHeightCello Size
1-26-8max. of 4′1/4 size
3-48-10 4′ – 4′ 6″1/2 Size
5-610-12 4′ 6″ – 5′3/4 Size
7+12+ min. of 5′Full Size
GradeAgeArm LengthCello Size
1-26-818″-20″1/4 Size
3-48-1020″-22″1/2 Size
5-610-1222″-24″3/4 Size
7+12+24″+Full Size
GradeAgeFinger SpanCello Size
1-26-8 less than 4″1/4 Size
3-48-104″-5″1/2 Size
5-610-125″-6″3/4 Size
7+12+min. of 6″Full Size

Note: If you find you fall between sizes, choose the smaller size.

Confirming your Size

  • Sit in a chair with your knees separated. Use the chart below to find the distance your knees should be separated depending the size Cello you think you need. 
  • Measure the distance from the inside of your right knee to the middle of your left ear. 
  • Confirm this measurement falls in line with the cello you chose using the chart below. 
Cello SizeKnee SeparationKnee to Ear Distance
1/4 size  
1/2 size12″ – 13″ 25.5″ – 27.5″
3/4 size13.5″ – 14″ 27.5″ – 30″
Full size14″ – 15″ min. of 30″