LA10 maple - mulberry / mainland

Product Code: LA10
Availability: 3 - 4 months

Price: 1,798.00€
Ex Tax: 1,450.00€

Traditional Greek mainland lute made by maple and mulberry with the following specifications:

  • speaker wood: maple & dark mulberry
  • tonewood (top) decoration: wooden inlay ornament
  • Fretboard from Ebony
  • Fretboard signs: mother of pearl
  • Tuning machines: Sealed type high quality
  • Neck from 7 slices of wood: maple, katalox
  • Speaker staves (slices): 17
  • Bridge carved made from ebony
  • Hole decoration: Wooden rosette and contour from wooden inlay
  • Curved speaker bottom
  • Handmade magnetic pickup hidden into the rosette | Optional!

Sound Combination:

Tonewood Α

Speaker Α

Woods sound combination
Speaker wood A
Top wood A
Speaker
Number of staves 17
Speaker size Medium
Top
wood spruce
Fretboard
Borders Yes, wooden inlays
Fretboard scale 72cm
Fretboard wood Ebony
Signs material Mother of Pearl
Headstock
Tuning machines Sealed DJ
Bridge
Bridge type traditional bridge (no saddle bone)

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