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The LSA has started a new Lutes for Sale List !
This is the new place to list lutes, theorbos, baroque guitars, citterns, archlutes, medieval lutes, etc., for sale. Anyone can add instruments to this list if they are selling a lute or other lute-family instrument. This is NOT the place to list classical guitars or viols. (There are much better places to sell these and other instruments.) If you would like to add your lute to the list click here:
The lute community thanks Wayne Cripps for all the years he provided an online listing of Lutes For Sale, Lutes Wanted and Stolen Instruments as well as the first LSA website. A lot of instruments were sold! Many thanks Wayne!
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