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Rozini Cavaquinho Studio A316010 Cavaquinho Studio acústico
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€198.00 *
Rozini Cavaquinho Presença Brasil L.Preto A316040 Cavaquinho Presença Brasil L.Preto
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APC Cavaquinho Basic acustico A170010 Cavaquinho Basic acustico
APC

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€125.00 *
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Rozini Cavaquinho Estilo eléctrico A316080 Cavaquinho Estilo eléctrico
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€518.00 *
Rozini Cavaquinho Studio eléctrico A316012 Cavaquinho Studio eléctrico
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€223.00 *
Rozini Cavaco Presença Brasil ATV.L.Preto - lefthander A316042 Cavaco Presença Brasil ATV.L.Preto - left...
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€373.00 *
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APC Cavaquinho Pro acustico A170011 Cavaquinho Pro acustico
APC

Delivery: 2-5 business days (EU mainland)

€376.00 *
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APC Cavaquinho Basic electrico A170013 Cavaquinho Basic electrico
APC

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€215.00 *

The cavaquinho started its long journey around the world in Portugal. Not only because of its small size it was a perfect travel companion of many sailors and globetrotters. The cavaquinho travelled via Madeira, the Azores, the Cape Verde Islands allt the way to Brazil and also to Hawaii where it became the Ukelele. In Brazil it is mainly played in the Choro and Samba, either with a plectrum or just picked with the fingers. Whether used for solo parts or for accompanying vocals, the cavaquinho is an elementary and beautiful part of Brazilian music!

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