Citterns

The Cittern used by today's folk-bands has its ancestors in the renaissance Citterns and the English Guitar, but it is now more closely related to the flat-back Bouzouki. The main difference being that the Cittern has 10 strings in 5 courses, a slightly shorter neck and often a rather larger body. There doesn't seem to be a standard tuning, ADADA, ADGAD, or DGDAD, are in common use ... To Contact Us - Call 01524 410202 or email [email protected] for more information ... Go Back to the Folk & World Strings Department.

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Ashbury Style E Celtic Cittern, 10 string (GR34016)

Ashbury Style E Celtic Cittern, 10 string (GR34016)
  • Nut width: 43mm
  • Scale length: 580mm
  • 24 frets
  • Designed by Phil Davidson
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Solid Alaskan Sitka Spruce top, solid sapele body
RRP:£599.00
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