Renaissance tenor viol

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Renaissance tenor viol after Pellegrino de Micheli, same model as the one depicted here, with a different finishing, labeled Federico Lowenberger 2013 is one of the very last instrument crafted by him. It is sold as second hand, with atelier warranty.
The instrument is soundpostless and without bassbar, strung in plain gut. This instrument is suitable to be played in high pitch, that was common in northern part of Italy that were under the influence of Venice.

String length: 62 cm

Finishing: oil finishing red/brown color

Wood selection: back, ribs, neck, tailpiece, fingerboard and pegs in pear wood