Damien Delgrossi wrote:
The work is well done, the instrument looks beautiful and plyable but in my opinion he did some mistakes about the strings course and the bridge is not good that instrument.

I agree, the bridge is weird and the top course should be double.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Damien Delgrossi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: "cittern list" <cittern@cs.dartmouth.edu>; "Stuart Walsh" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: [CITTERN] Re: pics of 18th century German cittern and French 'theorboed arch-cittern'

Hi all,

A corsican luthier abroad in France, Clermond-Ferrand, has restored an arch-cittern made by renault & Chatelain. There are pics of the instrument before and after the restoration.

I hope you'll enjoy it,



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