Collection: Baroque Guitars
The baroque guitar is a five string post-renaissance guitar dating back to the mid-sixteenth-century. The baroque guitar is a unique early instrument heard regularly in European classical music ensemble’s, with composers coming from Spain, Italy & France where the instrument was most popular.
The Baroque guitar is also known as the 5-course guitar and consists of 10 nylon strings, a solid body, bridge, fingerboard & neck made from rosewood, lacewood or walnut, a solid spruce soundboard, 9 nylon frets (adjustable/moveable) & 6 solid wood frets on the soundboard.
The arched back of the guitar resonator is built from a blend of hard wood to allow the guitar to ring out acoustically.
The nylon strings allow for a light tension and easy playability. The tuning of the baroque guitar may vary with the performance of the player however the standard tuning consists of E – B – G – D – A (E4, E4, B3, B3, G3, G3, D4, D3, A4, A3)
Each Heartland Baroque guitar comes with a beautiful bespoke 4 layer deep, parchment style rosette and hand carved embellished decorations. The baroque guitar makes a fantastic addition to any guitarist or string players collection and comes complete with a padded gig bag and spare strings.
Buy your Traditional Baroque Guitar today from a reliable Guitar supplier, we offer fast delivery times, a 30-day money back guarantee and 3-year warranties on all Baroque Guitar Sales and Baroque Guitar Offers. For more information visit our “Delivery and Returns” page; https://www.muzikkon.com/delivery-and-returns
We operate from our head office in Dublin, Ireland, which is easily accessible. Why not book a personalised appointment with one of our Guitar experts today email: email@example.com
We offer international shipping which is both efficient and secure allowing you to buy a Heartland Baroque guitar in the UK, Europe, the USA, Australia and more. Our aim at Muzikkon is to make affordable musical instruments accessible to all and we offer our durable instruments at competitive prices.
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