The famous cellist, Yo-Yo Ma couldn’t carry his priceless $2 million 1733 Montagnana cello which we had expected him to at President Obama’s Inauguration. This was all due to the extreme weather conditions. He instead had to carry a $7,139 cello made of carbon-fiber crafted by Luis and Clark which may seem a little cheap as compared to his cello.
However, the carbon fiber cello served the purpose as it is designed to withstand cold much better than a wooden piece of history. Unlike a normal wooden cello the futuristic baby has a single-piece of body, neck and peg box which makes it easier for the cello players to handle. It helps give out the perfect sound even in humid conditions which every cellist demands.