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Photos: Pierre-Luc Dufour

Cluster ///- (photos credit: Pierre-Luc Dufour)

Acoustic bowl-back Harp-guitar, with wistle peg, and blow horn
aperture - 2010 -Andre Instruments no.70

Dimensions: 112 x 39 x 31 cm
Scale length:650mm and 762 mm
Neck width @ nut 43mm
String spacing @ bridge 87 mm
Body length total: 37.3 cm


Soundboard: Sitka spruce, with altitude Red spruce bracings
Back&sides: African calabash, monocoque, with Yellow birch laminated rim
Necks: Sugar maple with carbon fiber reinforcements
Fingerboards: Macassar ebony, with indian rosewood side markers inlay
Headstock: Indian rosewood, yellow birch, sugar maple, carbon fiber
Bridge: Sugar maple with tung oil finish
Tailpiece: West african ebony, indian rosewood, bleached cow bone, steel
Tuning machines: Gotoh (classical), Schaller(harp) and Ibanez (bass)
Nut: bleached cow bone
Whistle sound wooden peg: indian rosewood peg with rosin
Finish: Linseed oil, tung oil, and copal varnish
Pickup: K&K pure classic, K&K big twin
Strings: D'addario EJ48, Savarez 650R , all Silver, silk, and nylon

For composer Charles Quevillon, Montreal, Canada


Cluster- extrait de -Grave-Charles Quevillon
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See Multi 2 here, a recent Harp-guitar by Thierry.

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