2003 Lawrence Nyberg Bouzouki (consignment) SOLD

Lawrence Nyberg first studied instrument making under Michael Dunn in New Westminster, BC, and from there spent two years working for Jean Larrivee. Since then, he has worked independently building a variety of stringed instruments. His shop is now on Hornby Island, BC.

From 2003, this Lawrence Nyberg Bouzouki features a carved Engelmann spruce top paired with Indian Rosewood back and sides. The 24 inch scale length is mahogany with an rosewood-bound ebony fingerboardl the nut width is 36mm. The headplate is ebony with a mother-of-pearl inlay depicting an owl. An ebony bridge supports a bone saddle, and a custom bronze tailpiece holds the strings. For electronics, Lawrence Nyberg installed a B-Band unit with an endpin jack.

The body finish is gloss lacquer, and the neck has an oil finish. The top has a protective, transparent tap plate.

This is a used instrument, but it has been well kept. There is very minor scuffing and wear, very little fret wear, and the finish is in good condition.

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Serial Number:  LN0074, built during 2003 at Lawrence Nyberg’s shop on Hornby Island.

Pricing:  $3,000.00 Canadian with hardshell case.

Status:  SOLD