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    Default Norwall Instrument Nr 100

    Here is some picture of my instrument nr 100. Is a celebrate version of my model Nordwall Large Cittern.

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    Default Re: Norwall Instrument Nr 100

    Beautiful instrument. Let's hear it.
    What's the back wood?
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    Default Re: Norwall Instrument Nr 100

    Thanks Bill.
    Its ziricote. Really good looking and great sounding tonewood, but also super toxic for my skin. So never more....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordwall View Post
    Here is some picture of my instrument nr 100. Is a celebrate version of my model Nordwall Large Cittern.

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    Wow that's stunning

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    Default Re: Norwall Instrument Nr 100

    Puzzled about the heavier strings (at the bridge end) on the lower two courses? Any particular reason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray(T) View Post
    Puzzled about the heavier strings (at the bridge end) on the lower two courses? Any particular reason?
    Nylon strings I'd imagine. Very common in the Scandinavian mandola type instrument. Ale moller plays one

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    Amazing looking instrument. The back looks like a Van Gogh painting!
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    Default Re: Norwall Instrument Nr 100

    Nylonstrings together with steelstring sound great in my opinion, try it. I use Hannabach H9 and a 032w elexir on the lowest course, C tuning.

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