STRENGELEGEN by Torben Sloth Carlsen
Strengelegen [a nordic name for a string instrument] was from its start in 1988 a recycling project. The idea was to bring “new life” to some of all the defect instruments laying around in the corners of our consumption-society. Strengelegen has since then restored several thousands of string-instruments such as guitars, basses, mandolins, banjos etc. In that time I have had a service and repair-function for numerous musicians.
In the shop you will find various secondhand instruments from the last 250 years – ready to play. You can get all kinds of string instruments repaired to affordable prices.
In the shop you will find a large selection of different instruments from all over the world:
Guitar - all types, Mandolin - all types, Harp-guitar, Lap-steel, Bass, Cello, Gambe, Luth, Sitar, Cimbalom, Veena, Sarangi, Sarod, Pipa, San Hsien, Cora, Bouzouki, Saz, Oud, Kantele, Banjo, Mandora, Mandola, Ukulele, Celtar, Auto-harp, Zither, Nyckelharpa, Langeleik, Tiple, Charango, Laud, Bandurria, Balalaika, Mandriola, Mandocello, Tambura, Domra