Keith Hill Viola D'Amore #72 (1984)
EC, modern take on a wild 16th-17th century instrument, body is 18" long, spruce top, "flaming sword" f-holes, figured maple back and sides, maple neck, bound ebony playing surface with wood inlay, bound ebony tailpiece with wood inlay, 7 (seven) solo (or chording) strings, 13 (count 'em, thirteen) drone strings, angelic head and wings decorate the top of headstock, solo strings are tuned A-D-A-D-F#-A-D (low to high), hand built in Michigan, 1-3/4" nut, 16-5/8" scale, with poster, on consignment (SN:O FUS 72)
Availability: In stock, sku: 110U-5231
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