Tiple

TPC TIPLE COLOMBIANO

The Tiple Colombiano originates from the Andean region and looks like a small classical guitar with an ancestry traced to the 16th century Spanish vihuela. Used for either unaccompanied solo or in ensembles, the tiple’s sonority and tuning are suited for melodic passages and strummed chords.

Tuning: D4 D3 D4, G4 G3 G4, B4 B3 B4, E4 E4 E4 or C4 C3 C4, E4 E3 E4, A4 A3 A4, D4 D4 D4

  • 12-STRING SET * 4 COURSES
  • Nickel-Plated Wound / Plain Steel
  • Ball-Ends

 

 

TP20 TIPLE (AMERICAN)

Also known as a Tiple Ukulele, this particular Tiple was introduced to the United States from South America in the 1920s. Due to the popular nature of ukuleles at the time, the South American Tiple was alerted to become more like a ukulele. It can be tuned as both a ukulele and guitar.

Ukulele Tuning: G3 G4, C4 C3 C4, E4 E3 E4, A3 A3 or A3 A4, D4 D3 D4, F#4 F#3 F#4, B3 B3
Guitar Tuning:    D2 D3, G3 G2 G3, B3 B2 B3, E4 E4

  • 10-STRING SET *

 

 

 

 

TRC TIPLE REQUINTO COLOMBIANO

Originating from Colombia, this higher-pitched and smaller Tiple is strung in four triple unison courses. Due to its size, the Tiple Requinto Colombiano is usually used for melodies.

Tuning: D4 D4 D4, G4 G4 G4, B4 B4 B4, E4 E4

  • 12-STRING SET * 4 COURSES
  • Plain Steel
  • Ball-Ends

 

 

 

TIM10 TIMPLE

The Timple is a traditional musical instrument of the Canary Islands. Similar to a Mexican Vihuela and South American Charango, this special kind of Cavaquinho has a vaulted back and only seven frets.

Tuning: G4, C5, E4, A4, D5

  • 5-STRING SET
  •  Nylon
  •  021 * 025 * 029 * 021 * 025