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Comparing NS Design CR4 and Yamaha SVC-110SK

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  • The CR4 Cello features the Polar bridge-mounted piezo pickup system. The Polar pickups can sense either vertical or lateral string vibration. Set in the vertical mode, plucked notes are remarkably even and sustained. In the lateral mode, the pickup has unparalleled sensitivity in the direction of the bow, with more attack when plucked. Attack and decay can be effectively controlled with the Polar pickup system.
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  • Realistic, acoustic sound1 x Aux in1 x Headphones out1 x Master out Built-in-reverb with 3 presets
  • Full bodied frame for traditional feel4 Wittner tuning adjusters plus fine tuning control on tailpiece
  • Piezo electric pickup Aux in volume control Battery powered (AA)
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Less-known
Popularity rank: 21 / 33
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22%
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Very popular
Popularity rank: 4 / 33
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21 lbs
 
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Key features
  • Polar bridge-mounted piezo pickup system
  • Traditional amber stain
  • Polymer top coat
  • Solid ebony fingerboard
  • Cascading dot markers
  • Tripod Stand
  • Padded tubular gig bag
  • Weighs 4.6 kg (10 lbs) with the instrument and tripod stand
  • Fits in the overhead luggage compartment of most commercial aircraft
  • Length: 94 cm (37")
  • Width: 14 cm (5.5")
  • Thickness: 9.5 cm (3.75")
  • Weight: 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs.)
  • Scale Length: 69.5 cm (27.36"")
  • Dual mode preamp
  • Threeway toggle switch
  • Volume and individual bass EQ & treble EQ

NS Design CR4 is a well-known option at the top of the price range. It's in the top 3 bestselling electric cellos and has a couple of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Yamaha SVC-210SK or NS Design CR6 .

NS Design CR4 is $2270 more expensive than the average electric cello ($1099).

Key features
  • Realistic, acoustic sound
  • Aux in
  • Headphones out
  • Master out
  • Built-in-reverb with 3 presets
  • Full bodied frame
  • 4 Wittner tuning adjusters
  • Fine tuning control on tailpiece
  • Piezo electric pickup
  • Battery powered (AA)

Yamaha SVC-110SK is a very popular and one of the most expensive options. It's in the top 3 bestselling electric cellos and has a couple of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Yamaha Silent Svc50 or Yamaha SVC-210SK .

Yamaha SVC-110SK is $1385 more expensive than an average electric cello ($1099).

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