REBEC, XV century (Beato Angelico, Tabernacolo de’Linaioli.) Not hyperphilological.
This instrument, body entirely carved in Maple, curved sound board in Spruce, three gut strings, no soundpole, is the direct ancestor of the Violin and the closest to it, in measures and way of playing. Slim neck and fingerboard, same arrangement of tuning pegs, slightly curved bridge. Ideal for musicians trained in classic Violin who want to play late medieval music: XV-XVI centuries. Tuning: d’, a’, e’’. Vibrating string length cm.34. Lacquered.