6 String Baroque Guitar after Sellas by Early Music Shop
Based on an instrument made by Giorgio Sellas in 1627, which may be seen in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. This guitar has been modified to feature six single strings to allow access to the wider guitar repertoire. The back is made of alternate ribs of mahogany and maple with fillets of ebony. The soundboard is from Canadian spruce with inlays of mother of pearl and Abalone shell. Complete with high quality locking hard case.
- Length: 926mm
- Width (widest): 267mm
- Depth (deepest arch): 93mm
- Nut to Bridge: 656mm
6 strings Tuned A415 - Schedule - Aquila e, a, d, g, b, e'
(For spare strings, simply use the product codes below to search our website)
1st course e’ – 1 x AQUL48NG
2nd course b – 1 x AQUL60NG
3rd course g – 1 x AQUL70NG
4th course d - 1 x AQUL94NG
5th course a - 1 x AQUL64NG
6th course e - 1 x AQUL85NG
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