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Lourebach Renaissance Guitarino Zachary Taylor

Lourebach Renaissance Guitarino Zachary Taylor
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Lourebach Renaissance Guitarino Zachary Taylor

The Renaissance style guitarino is a 16th century historic reproduction and is the smallest member of the guitar family. The original guitarino was made in 1646 by Giovanni Smit and is currently on display in Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna. The Portuguese brought the guitarino to Hawaii at the end of the 19th century and became part of the island culture. The guitarino is the grandfather to what we know today as the ukulele, "the jumping flea".

 

Product Features

  • Designed by Zachary Taylor.
  • Made in the specifications from original maker, Giovanni Smit.
  • Top; Cedar
  • Neck; Mahogany
  • Sides; Walnut
  • Staved back; Maple and walnut
  • Headstock, fingerboard and bridge is made of sheesham.
  • Sound board bracing; Spruce.
  • Nut; Bone
  •  8 nylon strings, in courses of 2.
  • Recommended tuning from high to low; A 4, E 4, E 4, C 4, C 4, G 3, G 3.
  • Sheesham friction tuning pegs.
  • Satin finish.
  • Rugged hard shell case included.
  • Country of Origin: Vietnam.
  • Free shipping in the lower 48, USA!

 

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Lourebach Renaissance Guitarino Zachary Taylor

The Renaissance style guitarino is a 16th century historic reproduction and is the smallest member of the guitar family. The original guitarino was made in 1646 by Giovanni Smit and is currently on display in Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna. The Portuguese brought the guitarino to Hawaii at the end of the 19th century and became part of the island culture. The guitarino is the grandfather to what we know today as the ukulele, "the jumping flea".

 

Product Features

  • Designed by Zachary Taylor.
  • Made in the specifications from original maker, Giovanni Smit.
  • Top; Cedar
  • Neck; Mahogany
  • Sides; Walnut
  • Staved back; Maple and walnut
  • Headstock, fingerboard and bridge is made of sheesham.
  • Sound board bracing; Spruce.
  • Nut; Bone
  •  8 nylon strings, in courses of 2.
  • Recommended tuning from high to low; A 4, E 4, E 4, C 4, C 4, G 3, G 3.
  • Sheesham friction tuning pegs.
  • Satin finish.
  • Rugged hard shell case included.
  • Country of Origin: Vietnam.
  • Free shipping in the lower 48, USA!

 

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