15 String High Quality Ancient Dolan Rebab

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Our instruments are often made to order by a master craftsman. However, he is getting older and mulberry wood is getting more expensive; place your order so we can assure you of quick service. Crafted from mulberry and cowhide, this rare stringed instrument comes from Kashgar, an outpost on the ancient Silk Road. The Dolan…

15 String Plain Dolan Rebab

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Our instruments are often made to order by a master craftsman. However, he is getting older and mulberry wood is getting more expensive; place your order so we can assure you of quick service. Crafted from mulberry and cowhide, this rare stringed instrument comes from Kashgar, an outpost on the ancient Silk Road. The Dolan…

Uyghur Khushtar (4-string) with bow

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Uyghur Khushtar (4-string) with bowThe Khushtar, with its clear and resonating sound, is a key instrument in every Uyghur orchestra. Hand-carved from rich mulberry wood, the Khushtar will always be recognized for the bird on top of the handle as “khush” means bird and “tar” means strings. With it’s roots connecting all the way back…

13 String Ancient Dolan Ghijeck with bow

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Our instruments are often made to order by a master craftsman. However, he is getting older and mulberry wood is getting expensive, so place your order while we can assure you of quick service.The Dolan Ghijeck is the most ancient Ghijeck and it is the ancestor of all Ghijecks. Its spherical head is made of…

2 String Kazakh Dombra

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Dombra is the most popular Kazakh folk instrument used as an accompanying and solo, as well as the main instrument in the Kazakh folk music performances. You can get a really new sound using different techniques of playing this instrument in your world/ethnic projects or performances.Two strings, pear-shaped housing and a long neck, frets separated.The…

Uyghur Khushtar (11-string) with bow

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Uyghur Khushtar (11-string) with bowThe Khushtar, with its clear and resonating sound, is a key instrument in every Uyghur orchestra. Hand-carved from rich mulberry wood, the Khushtar will always be recognized for the bird on top of the handle as “khush” means bird and “tar” means strings. With it’s roots connecting all the way back…