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Seven string guitar PRO - acoustic - Rozini

Seven string guitar PRO - acoustic - Rozini

Item number
weight (net):
2 kg

in stock

585,00 *

incl. VAT , plus shipping costs

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Seven string guitar PRO - acoustic - Rozini

item number: A316120
finish: gloss
material: solid / lam. wood
pick-up: none, accoustic
neck: cedar
fretboard / bridge: pau-ferro
rib / back: laminate
soundboard / top: abeto - swedish spruce (solid)
frets: chrome nickel
tuning pegs: gold-plated
strings: nylon (EJ44 D Addario)
total length: 1030 mm
scale length: 650 mm
nut width: 58 mm
max. width of rib: 100 mm
barre de réglage (thruss rod): yes
weight (net): 2 kg
gtin13 7898914262088
Brazilian 7-string guitar PRO - accoustic version

Beautifully finished 7-string guitar!
The neck is equiped with a truss rod which adjusts the string position according to the player's preferences. Unusual feature for this price class is the soundboard made of solid Swedish spruce, giving the instrument an unusual full an voluminous sound.

Rozini is a renowned Brazilian company founded by several very experienced guitar builders. Today, Rozini is one of the leading luthiers of Braszil.

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Customer reviews for "Seven string guitar PRO - acoustic"

21 Feb 2024
Nice seven string pro acoustic, but lack of attention on the inside!

I wanted to try a seven string guitar, having been playing six strings for a long time and also recently an 8 string guitar. This instrument appealed due to it’s price, but you only get what you pay for and I’m a little disappointed by the inside of the soundboard and its sound, which could be a lot brighter and clearer with a little more attention to the finish of the inside. The strings supplied were described as a D’addario extra high tension (EJ44) set, but the seventh string isn’t mentioned. (Presumably this is a D’addario single 0.52”, from enquiries with Kalango, they guess that this is probably the case.)
The strings supplied felt more like normal tension though and when I changed them, the sound improved markedly.
I have enjoyed playing this guitar since receiving it and it’s finish and general construction are good.
I would recommend it to a friend, with the proviso that it’s quality can be judged by it’s price.

8 Jan 2022
Great guitar

This is a wonderful instrument! The only reason why I gave it 4 and not5 stars is that the action is too high. At this time I am awaiting the services of a local luthier to attend to bridge saddle so as to lower the action. Aside from this, a wonderful guitar.

28 Mar 2018

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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 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.

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