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OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged
OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged
OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged
OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged
OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged
OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged
OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged
OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged

OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged Paulownia Guqin for Performers

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OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged Features

  • Design: CHOICE OF ZHONGNI, FUXI and HUNDUN. Please notify of preferred design. For more information, send us a message.

  • Made of Aged Paulownia that has been air dried for nearly a decade; Red Lacquer Glaze is an ancient technique. When Vermillion minerals are mixed with ground deer antler and with lacquer, it produces a protective layer than protects the instrument and yet, is allows the body of the qin to "breathe"

  • Performers' Choice with a Budget; Made by luthiers with decades of Qin-making experience and tested a total of 4 times and tuned before packaging to ensure quality of timbre and tone

  • Comes with Guqin Soft Case, Nylon-bound steel strings, Satin Tuning Tassel, Mother-of-pearl inlay for harmonic markerss

  • Final Picture Shown is the instrument under "normal daylight". The pictures above is what you would expect to see of your guqin in a concert hall performance setting with lighting.


About OrientalMusicSanctuary Vermillion Lacquered Aged

We back our instruments with a FULL USA-BASED WARRANTY. The Vermilion Mineral Lacquer on this Guqin allows it to breathe even more than the traditional guqin designs. The resulting tone is that of a slightly more robust, and crisp sound. What the Chinese call "CANG" 苍, may be roughly translated as "Raw" "Unadulterated" or even "Wilderness". This is a quality sought after in the various schools of Guqin. It is a sound quality sought after by those who have a certain level of mastery in the instrument. At this price, we would say, is a huge bonus to any performer.