BA14 Mulberry curved solid

Product Code: BA14
Availability: 7 - 9 months

Price: 1,116.00€
Ex Tax: 900.00€

Baglama made by mulberry from one piece of wood (body, neck and head) with the following specifications:


  • Speaker wood: mulberry
  • Figure (tonewood decoration) : inlay from celuloid (plastic) and abalone
  • Speaker face border: inlay
  • Fretboard from Ebony and marks from mother of pearl (white)
  • Tuning machines: sealed
  • The solid neck continues from the body and it is reinforced with a carbon fiber rod
  • head decorated with carved maple
  • fretboard length: 36cm
  • wooden tailpiece from rosewood and mulberry


Sound combination


Tonewood A

Speaker A

played by Andreas Papadamou




Woods sound combination
Speaker wood A
Top wood A
Number of staves 0 - curved
Speaker size Medium
wood Spruce
Borders NO
Fretboard scale 36cm
Fretboard wood Ebony
Signs material Wood - maple
Tuning machines Grover

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