Tenor Guitar – Prices From 1950.00 Euro
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the forgotten member of the family, the format and fretting of the 19 fret tenor banjo (from nut to bridge)but the notes keep on ringing as long as the string is fretted with the finger. Unlike the banjo the note stays longer as the sound board is wood and not a skin sitting on a metal rim.
Tenor Guitar in the picture is mahogany, copy of 19th century Italian design. Also available with 4 double courses and slightly wider neck, trussrod inbuilt.
Native Irish wood in all it’s beauty in the other picture . As good as maple for figuring but warmer in tone .Have a look at this fabulous Irish yew wood! 50 years resting on the ground under cover to season slowly in the log. Over 250 years old.
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