€ 5 now for your next order

Don’t miss a thing - subscribe to our newsletter and receive € 5 off your next purchase.

You can unsubscribe at any time.

Bitte geben Sie eine gültige eMail-Adresse ein.

Bandolim Profissional acústico natural - Rozini

Bandolim Profissional acústico natural - Rozini

Rozini
Item number
A316310
weight (net):
6 kg

out of stock

260,00 *

incl. VAT , plus shipping costs

out of stock

Email me when this is in stock.

I agree with the data protection information.

Bandolim Profissional acústico natural - Rozini

item number: A316310
finish: gloss
material: solid / lam. wood
pick-up: none, accoustic
soundboard / top: spruce (solid)
rib / back: jacarandá (lam.)
neck: cedar
frets: chrome nickel
tuning pegs: gold-plated, Pino Folk
total length: 610 mm
max. width of rib: 58 mm
nut width: 32,5 mm
weight (net): 6 kg

Available downloads:


Read, write and discuss reviews... more

Customer reviews for "Bandolim Profissional acústico natural"

Show more customer reviews
In Brazil, people not only play drums and percussion: The most common instrument is... more

"Rozini"

Rozini

In Brazil, people not only play drums and percussion:
The most common instrument is probably the acoustic guitar. No matter if traditional 6-string guitar or like preferred in Samba and Choro with 7 strings, ROZINI has the righ instruments.

ROZINI also offers bandolins or the viola caipira, a 10-string instrument which is very popular in Brazil, and of course a large variety of Cavaquinhos. The little allrounder is suitable for (almost) every music style: you can play it in any Samba session in a small round, the Samba de mesa, when accompaning a big Samba school, or as a virtuoso solo instrument playing Choro. The cavaquinho is a small instrument with endless possibilities.

Rozini

ROZINI was born as a result of an association of various luthiers and is nowadays one of the largest and renowned producers of stringed instruments of Brazil. The instruments are handmade in serie-production in São Paulo.


Would you like to learn more about our instruments?

Learn about Brazilian instruments and music styles on Sambapedia