Description from Verve Culture
Prepare to make homemade pasta that any Italian grandmother would be proud of. All you need is flour, egg, and our Italian Chitarra Pasta Cutter – the pasta-making essential.
Made of natural wood and strung like a guitar, the Chitarra (pronounced key-tahr-rah) was invented in the 1800s from Chieti, Italy to make long strings of pasta the old-fashioned way. Equipped with iron strings, these are each spaced equally on both sides but with different thickness and a slanted center that allows the various kinds of pasta to slide off easily.
Large Chitarra: 17 X 8.5 X 3.5 in.
Rolling Pin: 9.5” x 1 in.
Traditional, guitar-like tool used to make pasta the Italian way
Dual-sided unit produces 3 mm and 6 mm noodles
Made of beechwood with stainless steel wire strings
Includes Chitarra Pasta Cutter & Rolling Pin
Packaged in a drawstring “alla cucina” muslin bag