Asked by: Harland Cornfeinasked in category: General Last Updated: 22nd March, 2020
How long is a theorbo?
Just so, how much is a theorbo?
|with VAT 24%||no VAT|
|Guitars & Vihuelas|
|Theorbo, > 30 ribs||4869 €||3927 €|
|Théorbe des pièces||3749 €||3024 €|
|+Foldable extension||651 €||525 €|
One may also ask, how many strings does a lute? 15 strings
In this regard, who invented the theorbo?
When was the lute invented?
Silver wound strings, invented around the 1660s, enabled lutes to reach deeper and stronger bass notes with shorter strings. These strings with new technology replaced the lower gut strings and put an end to the ever increasing length of the lute.