Asked by: Choumicha Connellasked in category: General Last Updated: 7th May, 2020
How tall is a theorbo?
Furthermore, how big is a theorbo?
French theorbos had up to eight stopped strings and were often somewhat smaller and quieter than Italian theorbos. They were a standard scale length of 76 cm, which made them smaller than Italian instruments, that ranged from 85-95 cm.
Subsequently, question is, how many strings does theorbo have? 14 strings
Besides, how much does a theorbo cost?
|with VAT 24%||no VAT|
|Guitars & Vihuelas|
|Theorbo, > 30 ribs||4869 €||3927 €|
|Théorbe des pièces||3749 €||3024 €|
|+Foldable extension||651 €||525 €|
How big is a lute?
Surviving Renaissance lutes (indexed in the Lautenweltadresssbuch on another page of our site) range in string length from about 44 cm to around 90 cm. During this period the size of the instruments most frequently used for solo performance ranged from about 54 cm string length to around 66 cm.