B35S01 Jovan Tsaous mulberry

Product Code: B35S01
Availability: 3 - 4 months

Price: 1,488.00€
Ex Tax: 1,200.00€

Tabura-bouzouki with 8 strings made from mulberry inspired from Jovan Tsaous original bouzouki with the following specifications:

  • Speaker wood: mulberry
  • Ornaments made from real Leather
  • Figure (tonewood decoration) : inlay around the sound holes
  • Fretboard from ebony with wooden marks and wooden contour
  • Tuning machines: High quality closed DJ
  • neck form 3 slices of mulberry
  • speaker staves: 11
  • speaker size: medium

Sound Combination:

  Tonewood A Original

  Speaker A Original

played by Isidoros Papadamou


Woods sound combination
Speaker wood A
Top wood A
Number of staves 11
Speaker size Small
wood Spruce
Borders YES - wooden
Fretboard scale 67cm
Fretboard wood Ebony
Signs material Wood - maple
Tuning machines DJ

in stock instruments

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