Three high-quality Cubans – by Luthier

Materials:

  • Cover: German Fir Pine
  • Hoops and Background: Guayubira
  • Fretboard: Guayacán
  • Mango: Mahogany
  • Bridge: Jacaranda from India
  • Rosette: handcrafted mosaic
  • Frets: Dunlop
  • Tensor: double action
  • Pins: Gotoh
  • Cenefas on the top and bottom.
  • Model with cut
  • Termination: nitrocellulose lacquer

Construction time: Three months delay for production until delivery.
It can be purchased in 3 payments: the first when signaling, the second halfway, and the third when receiving the instrument.


Option with pre-amplifier: you can put the Battista or Fishman system.
The price of the microphone is separate. Add $150 in that case materials and labor.

Case: The protective case is separate and has an extra cost of around US$100.

Lifetime warranty, for manufacturing defects.  Includes Maintenance or Post-Sales Support. In the country of origin, Argentina.


IMPORTANT: THE SHIPPING COST MUST BE ADDED TO THE PRICE OF THE INSTRUMENT. SHIPMENTS OUT OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN (ARGENTINA) ARE MADE WITH SERVICES SUCH AS DHL, UPS, OR THE LIKE. 

MÁS INFO Y COMPRA

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Description

Three Cuban

History

The Cuban three is a consphony instrument, derived from the guitar that emerged on the island of Cuba, more specifically in the rural areas of the Cuban East. One of the oldest references to this instrument is that of the carnivals of Santiago de Cuba in 1892, when Nené Manfugás came down from the fields of Baracoa with “a rustic instrument of three double strings and a wooden box called three“. However, the ethnologist Fernando Ortiz argues that the three is not a Cuban invention and that very similar instruments already existed in medieval Spain.


REFERENCE VIDEO OF THE CUBAN THREE 

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 86 × 35 × 10 cm

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