Esteban Perez Esquivel sends us this announcement: The history of the instrument: The story goes that the original lute was 8 or 10 courses long. It was built by Hans Burkholtzer in Füssen in 1596 and is now displayed in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna under number SAM 44 as a 13-order baroque lute. A label inside says that Thomas Edlinger turned it into an 11-course lute, although it is not known who added the two more courses, it could be said that it was one of the best inventions !! It should be noted in this model, the dimensions of its soundboard, a very comfortable instrument to play with excellent sound and sound projection in the rooms. Hanns Burkholtzer, 13 courses
  • Construction year, 2018.
  • Body compound of 21 mapple ribs, combined with Jacaranda.
  • Neck: with maple marquetry combined walnut fillets, pequia amarelo and jacaranda Bahia.
  • Soundboard: Spruce
  • Length : 69.7cm / 70,3cm
  • Frets: 10 tied frets / 2 wood frets
  • Bridge: Maple with a jacaranda top.
  • Fingerboard: Jacaranda.
  • It includes case
Price: 3.000 Euros You can try the lute in Zaragoza, Spain.
  • Phone: +34 677 78 9617
  • Contact: esquivelluthier@yahoo.com.ar
   
     

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