Laúd

Known as “Spanish lute” (tenor voice) it is part of the Spanish Laud Family or also called the Bandurria Family. It is a plucked string instrument that is traditionally part of a traditional group called the Spanish rondalla orchestra or pulse and pick orchestra.

3.800,01

Solid red cedar / Solid spruce

It has 6 metallic orders (6 double strings) that are pulsed with the help of a pick. It was an instrument that had its final development around the 80s of the 19th century. The tuning we use is the following: A (1st), E (2nd), B (3rd), F # (4th), D # (5th), G # (6th). It is an octave lower than the Bandurria.

Technical details

Additional information

Right/ left-Handed

Right or Left

Wooden top

Solid Red Cedar or Solid Spruce

Back and sides

Solid Indian rosewood

Scale (mm)

474 mm (*consult other shots)

Fingerboard

Ebony

Neck

Cedar

Bridge

Indian rosewood

Finish

Polyurethane or Shellac

Headmachine

Special for lute

Strings

Pyramid

Nut and saddle

Bone

Nut width

52.5 mm

12th fret height

Prime 1.8mm and sixth 2.2mm (* approximate)

Case

Manzano