Antonio Carvalho Electro Acoustic Bouzouki PTB308
- 1,030.00 Grams
- Calculated at Checkout
This is an Antonio Carvalho Bouzouki, handmade in Portugal. The sides and back are Ovangkol wood and the top comes in either solid Spruce or Cedarwood. It has an Ebony Bridge and fingerboard and arched top and 24 frets. With a full sound it is ideal for Irish music. This premium electro acoustic bouzouki also features a pickup so you can plug in and play, making it ideal for the professional gigging musician.
Founded by Antonio Pinto Carvalho in 1976, APC Instruments is a Portuguese company with over 40 years’ experience in the manufacture of high-quality string instruments. Carvalho, a descendant of the famous 19th-century school of guitar players in Porto city, has been a luthier since 1961, having learned the art from his grandfather. Today, APC Instruments is one of the largest producers of high-quality instruments in Portugal.
A fantastic handmade Bouzouki with a large pear shaped flat-backed body, solid spruce top, ovangkol back and sides and floating bridge design.
Key Features of the PTB308 Bouzouki
- Top: Solid Spruce or Cedar
- Back and sides: Ovangkol
- Strings: Steel, Tuning - (1st) D, A, D, G
- Finish: Open pore
- Pick Up and jack
Please note that we cannot guarantee this instrument in areas of high humidity, please contact us for more information.
- Ebony Bridge and fingerboard, Arched top
- Big full sound, perfect for Irish chord style playing
- Single die-cast machine heads, Truss rod
- Top nut width: 38mm
- Scale length: 645mm
- Body width: 380mm
- 24 frets
- Body depth: 9cm
- Weight: 3.00 kg (approx)
- Made in: Portugal
Please note that photographs are to be used as an illustration guide. Aesthetic specifics can change due to different batches of production by Antonio Carvalho's workshop. However product specifications remain the same.
ESTIMATED SHIPPING TIMES:
All orders placed before 12pm are shipped the same day.
IRELAND (Next Day)
UK (5 - 7 days)
EUROPE (7 days)
USA and CANADA (7 - 10 days)
REST OF WORLD (10 - 14 days)