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Spanish Lute (or Laud) made in Spain by J. Perez, Guitarra de Aretesania Model L-630
This instrument has a tight-grained solid cedar top, mahogany back and sides with rosewood and cedar binding both front and back, nickel-plated open-gear tuners, six on each side of the slotted headstock. The rosewood bridge is highly detailed matching the top and back binding. The unbound fingerboard has 12 frets to the body joint, 19 frets total. There are three sound holes, one tear drop shaped, the outer two classic f-shaped. The 12 strings terminate at a polished metal tailpiece with a pin to accommodate a strap.
The standard tuning for a Spanish Lute is in straight 4ths: G# C# F# B E A, while I have played it as a standard 12-string tuned a minor third higher than usual: G C F Bb D G. Price $600.00, no case available.

• Location: Denver, Evergreen, CO

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