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B194 mulberry

Product Code: B194
Availability: 1

Price: 930.00€
Ex Tax: 750.00€

Prewar style series  6 strings bouzouki made by dark mulberry and yellow mulberry, simply decorated from wood, warm and easy to play, bright sound that is very close to the pre - war bouzoukia. Extremely lightweight

specifications:

  • Speaker wood: mulberry & dark mulberry
  • Figure (tonewood decoration) : wooden inlay - walnut and maple (on the top)
  • Top: sitka spruce
  • Fretboard from Ebony with signs from acrylic
  • Tuning machines: Grover
  • neck from solid mahogany with a carbon fiber rod reinforcement
  • speaker staves: 15
  • speaker size: small
  • Fretboard scale: 65cm

Sound combination 

Tonewood A

Speaker A

 

 

Woods sound combination
Speaker wood A
Top wood A
Speaker
Number of staves 15
Speaker size Small
Top
wood Sitka spruce
Fretboard
Borders NO borders
Fretboard scale 65 cm
Fretboard wood Ebony
Signs material Acrylic
Headstock
Tuning machines Grover

in stock instruments

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