Harpsichord modelled on Giovanni Battista Giusti, 17th century

Originally from Lucca, Giovanni Battista Giusti moved to Rome after years of apprenticeship with various instrument makers to make the finest harpsichords and also lutes. He pursued the type of the thin-walled instrument in the outer case as well as the type of the 'false inner-outer'. I take his former models as a model, two eight-foot stops are the rule, everything is completely strung in brass.