B81 Walnut

Product Code: B81
Availability: 7 - 9 months

Price: 1,488.00€
Ex Tax: 1,200.00€

traditional 6 stringed bouzouki made by walnut with a unique "rebetiko" original sound and with the following specifications:

  • Speaker wood: walnut
  • Figure (tonewood decoration) : wooden (veneer)
  • Fretboard from ebony
  • Tuning machines: grover
  • neck form 5 slices of wood: walnut, maple, baduk
  • speaker staves 14
  • speaker size: medium

Sound combination

Tonewood A Original Greek Spruce

Speaker A Original

Woods sound combination
Speaker wood A
Top wood A
Number of staves 14
wood Spruce
Borders YES - wooden
Fretboard scale 67-68cm
Signs material Wooden - maple
Tuning machines Grover

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