US $..500 Roosebeck Lute spruce Las Vegas

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US $..500 Roosebeck Lute spruce Las Vegas

Post by gjkoenig » Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:25 pm

Type: student lute
Year: ?
Scale: ?
Nut:?
Top: spruce
Bracing: it's a lute
Back/sides:
Fingerboard:
Sound: like a lute
Condition: excellent
Price: $500 OBO
Viewing: n/a
Location: Las Vegas

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Re: US $..500 Roosebeck Lute spruce Las Vegas

Post by Erik Zurcher » Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:30 pm

A picture would be help.
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Re: US $..500 Roosebeck Lute spruce Las Vegas

Post by pogmoor » Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:28 pm

I agree with Erik; you need to provide more information before anyone is likely to buy it. Get your tape measure out and measure the nut and the scale length, specify the number of courses, see if you can find out the approximate year it was built and describe the woods of the fingerboard and bowl - and post some pictures!
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Re: US $..500 Roosebeck Lute spruce Las Vegas

Post by gjkoenig » Sat Jun 24, 2017 12:49 am

More info it is a 7 course lute would prefer to sell in the US. We can split shipping.

Materials: The neck, bowl, nut, bridge, and end pin are sheesham.
The peg box is sheesham and lacewood.
The soundboard is spruce.
A hard case is included with the instrument.

Important Specifications:
Body/Bowl: 17.5 inches in length, 6.5 inches in height and 12.25 inches in width
Neck at Nut: 2.5 inches in width
Neck at Body Joint: 3 inches in width
Nut: 2.5 inches in width
Strings at the Nut: 2 inches in width
Strings at Bridge: 3.5 inches in width
Scale Length: 23.62 inches (60cm)
13 sheesham tuning pegs

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