The baroque guitar (circa 1600-1750) is a string instrument with five strings and moving frets. The first (most highly tuned) course sometimes used only a single string.
These Heartland baroque guitars are made according to the right principles of the best tone wood and equipped with high quality strings. Heartland Baroque Guitars produce a very beautiful sound and are prestige instruments.
This model of Heartland Sella’s Baroque Guitar is made of solid, wide rosewood staves, with thin top staves arranged between them. The bridge for this guitar is made of rosewood, glued to the top of a veneer veneer. It has a solid spruce soundboard for a good sound with a special 4-ply Rossette in parchment style. Neck, headstock and fingerboard are made of solid rosewood. It has 9 nylon frets on the neck and 3 palisander frets on the soundboard. The scale length of this guitar is 660 mm. It has 5 moves each with 2 strings (Course 1-3 Nylon and Course 2-5 Nylon & Silver wound). Proposed high to low vote: E4, E4, B3, B3, G3, G3, D4, D3, A4, A3, E3, E2, F2, D3, D2 (may vary depending on player preference). Comes with a padded travel case and additional strings.