Theodor Bastard released the author’s gusli. Review

Theodor Bastard — “Let’s Live” with the gusli + instrument review

9-string gusli by Theodor Bastard designed in collaboration with the Mir Gusley manufactory. The body is made of alder, the resonance soundboard is made of spruce, the bridge is made of beech. The design of the resonator rosette was made by Yana Veva. The size of the gusli is 79x19x4cm (excluding tuners), and the weight is only 1.4 kg. The gusli kit includes a tuning key and a gift Theodor Bastard “Volch’ya Yagoda” CD. Initially, the gusli is a primordially Russian multi-string plucked instrument, the history of which goes back several millennia. And this is one of the most frequently used instruments of Theodor Bastard both in the concert program and when recording albums.Check out how beautiful this instrument sounds and looks when performed by Theodor Bastard on our YouTube. You can buy the gusli at our bandcamp. Or write to our email.