TZ59 curved cherry

Product Code: TZ59
Availability: 3 - 4 months

Price: 1,512.80€
Ex Tax: 1,220.00€

Curved tzouras made by solid cherry. Speaker, neck and headstock are made from one piece wood. No connections!

  • Speaker, neck, headstock wood: cherry
  • Figure (tonewood decoration) : wood - shell (Mother of pearl and abalone)
  • Fretboard from Ebony with mother of pearl signs and borders from wood
  • Tuning machines: Grover
  • the dark mulberry neck is reinforced with a carbon fiber rods
  • fretboard length: 60cm

Sound combination

Tonewood (TOP) A

Speaker A 

 

 

 

 

Woods sound combination
Speaker wood Α
Top wood A
Speaker
Number of staves 0 - curved
Speaker size Large - shallow
Top
wood Spruce
Fretboard
Borders YES -wooden
Fretboard scale 60cm
Fretboard wood Ebony
Signs material Mother of Pearl
Headstock
Tuning machines Grover

in stock instruments

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