Lab Guitar

I’m very proud of this kind of Harp-guitar. It was a long way through experiments and mistakes to follow the  feelings, ideas and inspiration of the  guitar wizard-composer Pino Forastiere. We first  modified an old 6 strings guitar adding 4 basses, then 6 trebles, marimba and others toys like that. Then before it would blow up I build the definitive project adding  one more bass and two more trebles. You can appriciate its voice in the best  hands the LAB guitar could ever fall

Body Size: Grand Auditorium modified

Scale length: 660 mm (6th string) 644 mm (1st string)

Nut Width: 47 mm

Bridge String Spacing: 57 mm

Body Length: 500 mm

Upper Bout: 296 mm

Lower Bout: 402 mm

Body Depth at Neck Heel: 95 mm.

Body Depth at Tail Block: 115 mm.

Frets to body: 14

Back/Sides: Indian Rosewood

Top Wood: Italian Red Spruce

Fingerboard: Ebony

Neck Wood: Mahogany

Bridge: Ebony

Rosette: maple,  ebony

Binding: Ebony

Headplate: Indian Rosewood

Headstock Bindings: Ebony

Top Trim: maple, ebony

Back Strip: ebony

Tuners: Gotoh 510

Special features: 5 extra bass, 8 extra high strings, kalimba, added support for neck (double action truss rod inside), arm rest

Price: €10500,00