Canarian Timple Admira ADM4010

The Admira Timple ADM4010 is manufactured using the strictest traditional methods of making this diminutive guitar. The Canary Timple is a quality instrument, with a solid  spruce top, sapele body, and wooden pickguard. The timple is a traditional Spanish  plucked string instrument from the Canary Islands, used for playing the traditional folk music on this beautiful archipelago, just off the north-east coast of Africa. The timple has the compact dimensions of approximately 38-40 inches. They are usually made with five strings, like the Admira Timple, although some models are also made with four strings. The body is narrow and curved at the bottom, which is called a  'hump'. For this reason, the timple is also affectionately known as a camellito, or 'little camel'. Timple tuning may vary depending on the interpreter, but the most-commonly used tuning is GCEAD.

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ADM4010

81,82 €

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The Admira Timple ADM4010 is manufactured using the strictest traditional methods of making this diminutive guitar. The Canary Timple is a quality instrument, with a solid spruce top, sapele body, and wooden pickguard. The timple is a traditional Spanish  plucked string instrument from the Canary Islands, used for playing the traditional folk music on this beautiful archipelago, just off the north-east coast of Africa. The timple has the compact dimensions of approximately 38-40 inches. They are usually made with five strings, like the Admira Timple, although some models are also made with four strings. The body is narrow and curved at the bottom, which is called a  'hump'. For this reason, the timple is also affectionately known as a camellito, or 'little camel'. Timple tuning may vary depending on the interpreter, but the most-commonly used tuning is GCEAD.