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Parlor guitar Rosewood Germany (1890)

 It was built in Germany in the late 1800s. It was made by hand, and all its woods are solid.

 The top is made of spruce, sides and back are made of Brazilian rosewood,  the maple neck. The bridge is stained maple and the fingerboard is rosewood. The headstock is mechanical, with rivet gears, without screws. It has a mechanism in the tuners, with wheels that serve to wind the strings more quickly when they are changed, then it fits into a notch and continues fine tuning with the peg. One of them had to be replaced and is not original. They all work correctly. Original ebony wood nut.

 It has a wooden inlay as a binding, no plastic on the guitar.

 The bridge pins are original, inlaid ebony, as is the strap pin at the end of the body.

The mouth is decorated with mother-of-pearl inlays on ebony paste.

 The neck is extremely strong and stays straight like the first day. It also maintains the original frets in excellent condition, its scale is 62.5 cm,

 It has been completely restored and tuned. The guitar It has some cracks and cracks in the lid that have been professionally repaired, also on one side and a smaller one at the end of the back.

 Despite all this and thanks to a thorough repair, the guitar is fully operational, solid and stable. It is perfectly functional and tunes well, plays comfortably, and has a great sound.

But above all it is a great instrument built by hand with very high quality solid woods that works very well and is at a good price.

 It is strung with nylon strings



Parlor guitar Rosewood Germany (1890)

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