An 8 string Greek Bouzouki, obviously made in Greece 1970s, No name or model number.
Very playable condition, the back bowl has been repaired in the past but seems to be holding very well, doesn't what-so-ever affect the sound or stability of the instrument. Check out photos.
These were very popular with Irish musiciens in the sixties and seventies, easier to play than a mandolin. Louder and less likely to break a string!
Solid cedar top, not sure about the bowl. Rosewood fingerboard. Rosewood bridge with brass saddle.
95cm total length, 29cm wide.
3-5 business days
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