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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 figures 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 measure 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 Guide

Confirming your Size

Measuring

  • 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.

Sizing

1/4 Size
Measurements coming soon.

1/2 Size
Knee separation – 12″-13″
Knee to Ear Distance – 25.5″ – 27.5″

3/4 Size
Knee separation – 13.5″ – 14″
Knee to Ear Distance – 27.5″ – 30″

Full Size
Knee separation – 14″-15″
Knee to Ear Distance – minimum of 30″