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Bentside Spinet after Hitchcock by Stephen Robinson

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Bentside Spinet after Hitchcock by Stephen Robinson 

Closely based on the Hitchcock spinet in the Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments, Edinburgh University combined with other Hitchcock spinets. Made along traditional lines but with the added benefit of transposing (playing at A=440 and A=415).

Five octave compass GG-g3; 61 notes. One set of strings, 8'.

Case exterior veneered in walnut; interior veneered in figured walnut with ash herringbone inlay like the originals.

Includes walnut stand in a turned design based on an original Hitchcock stand.

Standard keyboards have bone naturals and 'skunk tail' sharps, or ebony naturals and bone tops to ebony sharps.

Supplied with maintenance kit, full set of strings and tuning hammer.