656 mm Scale, 52 mm Nut. Spruce and Rosewood back and sides.
Giuseppe Teti, of Calabrian origin in business in Rome until 1980. His production was quite interesting as he applied to his guitars a tonal chamber under the fretboard, a real acoustic labyrinth precisely, consisting of the organization of the cavity inside the neck. Generally for his classics he used rosewood for sides and back, Spruce for the soundboard. Modello: Labirinto acustico - referring to the hollow neck.
The images of the hollowed out neck are from page 75 of the book: "Giuseppe Teti Liutaio - Ricostruzione storica di una vita artistica" by Loriana Pennino, published in 2012.
Virtuoso Alirio Diaz visited the workshop of Giuseppe Teti in 1974 to try out three instruments.
The masterclasses with Andres Segovia brought many guitarists in touch with the best luthiers of Italy throughout the span of time when they were held.