January 1, 2018
New fingerboard. In very good condition. Beautiful soundboard.
The label reads: “Questa Gitara … Comprata a parigi 1859 …”
(This guitar … was bought in Paris in 1859…).
price reduced September 2020
EUR 2,500 Modern standard case included
CONTACT Fabio Refrigeri, firstname.lastname@example.org
February 17, 2021
Larry K. Brown 1994. 66 cm/140 cm.
Shaded yew ribs with elaborate inlay on the fret board and neck/extension. Rosewood pegs. Strung with nylgut.
Sent my archlute to a lutenist in trade for a 10-course lute, never received lute nor a return of my instrument
Please contact me if you have seen this instrument.
CONTACT Email: stevensebastian at gmail dot com
October 12, 2019
The instrument is by Matthew Durvie, 1985.
Irving, TX, United States
CONTACT Dr. Gregory Hamilton 8325450900 email@example.com
August 28, 2008
85 cm/ 165 cm string lengths.
New Jersey, United States
27-ribbed Indian Rosewood back.
Triple Rose (inset rose, from an older top).
Black Kingham case.
A similar instrument is pictured here: http://www.schreinerlutes.com/theorbos_mkaiser.html
This instrument was stolen off a NJTransit train at Metropark, NJ (NEC 3801) on August 27 2008.
Please contact with any information.
CONTACT theorboy [at] gmail.com 1.917.921.0526
June 30, 2001
Triple rose ( see the pictures ), and, looking through them, the inside label reads : ” JAUME BOSSER – OCTUBRE 2000″.
Total length: 1m55 about.
Back made of 13 ribs of stained ash with rosewood strips between.
14 strings and 16 pegs .
With its black hardcase.
Still missing September 2020
CONTACT If you ever find it please contact urgently with JAUME BOSSER - tel. 34-93-8080200, mobile ++34 - 646 187157 firstname.lastname@example.org
February 22, 2021
The Lute Society of America’s Lute Rental Program has assembled a collection of instruments and made them available for rental.
All members of the Lute Society of America are eligible to rent these instruments but the primary aim of the program is to get adequate lutes into the hands of beginning players who might otherwise not pursue playing the lute at all.
The LSA is looking for donations of lutes of all types (the LSA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and your donation is tax deductible).
We have beginners waiting but not enough instruments for them!
If you wish to make a donation of a new or used instrument or money to buy a new/used instrument, please contact the Administrator of the Lute Rental Program:
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