Romantic lute 1910.
This lute has a spruce top, the body is maple, and all the woods are solid. It has a scale of 62.5 cms, the pins and the bridge are Bog wood. the two pins for the strap are rosewood.
It was built in Germany in the late 1800s, in a traditional way. Incorporates original mechanical headstock, without screws (riveted gears).
It has an "escaloped" ebony fingerboard and the frets are small silver bars with a rectangular section embedded in the wood. It has 5 ebony frets on the top.
It has no cracks, no major repair and all its parts are original.
It has been totally restored and adjusted for its correct operation and a comfortable performance.
The rosette of the mouth has been carved is of walnut wood, and it remains complete despite the years.
It is in an optimal state to play, with a comfortable action, without hum or fretting, and perfectly stable, working perfectly and tuning well on all frets.
It is strung with new Aquila Alabastro synthetic gut (nylgut) strings.
The figure of a person with his hair is carved on the shovel.
Although it has scratches, taps and small scratches, its general condition is very good.
It is not usual to find these instruments in their original condition, with all its parts, and with such good performance.