This beautiful instrument seems to a be a cross over between a 6 course Lute and an eleven string Classical guitar. There may be some other form of Guitar that I am not familiar with. Anyway, two more cuts into the nut and its finished. Made by Tygal in 1971.Please email questions. I've checked it out, and there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with it. Neck is straight, and string height looks good. No case.
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One of the most beautifully decorated Mandolins I've ever come across, and yet, playable. Label on back of head reads "The Imperial Co. Cincinnati." Repairs to back of Headstock. NO buzzes to top fret. Good action. No missing MOP. No cracks. Original hard case. Strung and ready to play. Tuner and pick included.
This Zither plays 4 plus chords on any of its four sides by moving the round bridge . When seated on its bass, it can quickly be rotated to any side, making four chord available. Typed label states maker as O. Watson, Dallas Texas with patent number. Excellent condition. 23" Length.