650 mm Scale 54 mm Nut, Spruce Soundboard and Indian Rosewood back and sides. 7 fan braces, with the 2nd brace from the bass side extending through holes in the transverse braces above and below the sound hole up to the resonance chamber, where there are other smaller braces. On the treble side the 6th brace from the bass side, or 2nd in from the treble edge, also travels through the transverse braces above and below the sound hole. This is similar to the bracing concept of the Conde Hermanos fabrication that produces the hollow sound. There is a bottom chevron brace on the treble side only.
New. Angelo Pedrini was a student of the legendary luthier Carlo Raspagni, he started studying with the master in the 1970s years and then again in 1999 he helped him in his last year of life. Angelo made 4 of these harp (Lyre or Chitarra Lyra) guitars, 2 of these are in a museum in Lodi, Italy, the other is in the possession of a player.