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PIANO ACCORDION

   
Definition: A free reed instrument with a keyboard originating in Saxony and Bohemia, now common throughout the world in folk music. Various types include piano and button keyboards, and chromatic and diatonic tunings.
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Sakis Model 1A Greek Baglama 6 string, solid spruce top, natural walnut bowl, ebony fingerboard, maple neck

Sakis Model 1A Greek Baglama


6 string, solid spruce top, natural walnut bowl, ebony fingerboard, maple neck

Item ID: GX36010   Model No: MODEL 1A   
    Product Features
  • Floating ebony bridge with bone top
  • 24 frets, 11 walnut ribs, black gloss neck
  • Traditional Greek musical instrument.
    Product Specifications
  • Scale length: 380mm
  • Nut width: 23mm
  • Body width: 125mm
  • Made in: Greece
  • Model Number: MODEL 1A
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Lutes & Bowl-Back Frets Information


The Oud or Ud is the premier instrument of the Arab world, still played widely and is the ancestor of the Lute. The Cuatro and Tres are popular across Latin America. The Balalaika is a family of instruments, the soprano one here is the lead instrument. Bandurrias and Lauds are traditional in Spain, and roughly correspond to the Italian mandolin and mandola.
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