Product Code: LA04
Availability: 7 - 9 months

Price: 1,984.00€
Ex Tax: 1,600.00€

Traditional Greek mainland lute made by walnut  with the following specifications:

  • speaker wood: walnut
  • tonewood (top) decoration: wooden veneer inlay
  • Fretboard from Ebony and wooden inlay borders.
  • Fretboard signs: Mother of pearl
  • Tuning machines: Grover
  • Neck from 5 slices of wood: walnut, maple, wenge
  • Speaker staves (slices): 17
  • Bridge carved made from Ebony
  • Head decorated with a wooden sculptured lion head made from mulberry wood
  • The face is decorated using wooden custom made engraved borders
  • Hole decoration: Wooden rosette and contour from rosewood and Mother Of Pearl

  Sound Combination:

Tonewood Α

Speaker Α

played by Andreas Papadamou

Woods sound combination
Speaker wood A
Top wood A
Number of staves 17
Speaker size Medium
wood Spruce
Borders YES - wooden inlay
Fretboard scale 72cm
Fretboard wood Ebony
Signs material Mother of Pearl
Tuning machines Grover

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