German “Lute” Guitar 1920s
A fully restored guitar from the circa 1920s. The shape of the guitar is reminiscent of a Weissenborn and the back has a bowl back, like early mandolins and lutes. In short; an unusual cross between a lute and guitar.
This exotic instrument has a solid Walnut body with a Spruce top. The top is bound with a wooden binding. The neck has a C-shape profile and plays very pleasantly. Op de heel en headstock is een label van een muziekwinkel of merk te vinden. Verder is de headstock ooit professioneel gerepareerd.
This antique instrument has been fully restored and strung with nylon strings. The playability of this instrument is extremely good.
Comes without case or gig bag.
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