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Trinity College TM-375 Standard Irish Bouzouki Natural 

(Natural)  Sku #J11266000001000

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All-solid, traditional flat body construction for an authentic Celtic look, feel and sound.

In the last 30 years, the Irish Bouzouki has come to the forefront of the Celtic music scene. Played in a variety of tunings, the pairs of strings are often tuned A-D-G-C an octave below the mandola. The deep, rich voice of the Irish Bouzouki is perfect for accompaniment as well as lead and solo work. Trinity College, with the introduction of its TM-375 Irish Bouzouki, has answered the prayers of all the players who have no other choice but an expensive, "boutique" instrument. The TM-375 offers the same quality, style and sound for far less cost. Every TM-375 is fully shop-adjusted prior to shipment, and each is furnished with a deluxe, hardshell case.

Back and Side: Material Solid Maple
Binding: White ABS
Body Style: Irish Bouzouki
Bridge Material: Polished Indian Rosewood with Adjustment Wheels
Fingerboard Binding: Ivoroid
Fingerboard Inlay Mother-of-pearl snowflakes
Fingerboard Material: Indian Rosewood
Finish: Natural High Gloss
Neck / Body Joint: Dovetail
Neck Material: Mahogany
Note: Accepts Loop-end Strings Only
Number of Frets Clear: 15
Number of Frets Total: 24
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1.25 in.
Peghead Inlay: Abalone and Mother-of-pearl Celtic Cross
Peghead Overlay: Black ABS
Pickguard: None
Plating: Nickel-plated
Scale Length: 26 in.
Soundhole Shape: Celtic Round Hole
Tailpiece: Modern Sand-cast Design
Top: Solid Spruce
Top Purfling: Multi-ply W-B-W Top and Back Inlay
Truss Rod: Traditional Two-Way Adjustable
Tuning Machines: Deluxe Sealed Gear / Small Metal Buttons

Entertain your friends and family with this sweet-looking traditional instrument. Order today!

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