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Two fixed goatskin heads on a frame contain beads that bounce and roll along the inside surfaces. Sounds like rain and thunder. You can play this drum several ways for multiple sounds.

Create the sounds of the waves breaking, play it like a deff, shake it like a Shakere or beat it like a shaman drum.

To create the sounds of a storm, hold the Drum horizontally. Then roll and gently tilt the drum in all directions. Try different speeds for different sounds. Stop and start suddenly to create crashing sounds.

14 inch diameter by 2.5 inch deep

Highly decorated Afghani Rebab with inlay, carvings, goatskin soundboard, 6 main strings & 13 sympathetic, movable bridge, 3 fixed corded frets. It is approximately 36-38 inches long.

The Rebab is in the lute family. Traditionally it is carved out of a single piece of mulberry wood. The neck and upper body are hollow and covered with a thin piece of wood. The lower body, the resonating chamber, is covered with goat skin. The three main playing strings are usually tuned a fourth apart. The strings are tuned, low to high, C#, F# and B. In addition, there are 12 to 16 sympathetic strings, which are tuned for the raga one is playing. It has three tied-on frets near the top of the neck the rest of the fingerboard is fretless.

Nicely decorated Afghani Rebab with inlay, carvings, goatskin soundboard, 6 main strings & 13 sympathetic, movable bridge, 3 fixed corded frets. It is approximately 36-38 inches long.

The Rebab is in the lute family. Traditionally it is carved out of a single piece of mulberry wood. The neck and upper body are hollow and covered with a thin piece of wood. The lower body, the resonating chamber, is covered with goat skin. The three main playing strings are usually tuned a fourth apart. The strings are tuned, low to high, C#, F# and B. In addition, there are 12 to 16 sympathetic strings, which are tuned for the raga one is playing. It has three tied-on frets near the top of the neck the rest of the fingerboard is fretless.

BLEMISHED: Our Tenor Balalaika Ukulele measures approximately 27 inches in length. This Tenor-sized instrument is based upon a 430mm (17 inches) scale. The body has the classical triangular shape. The back is slightly bowed and made sheesham. The neck is solid sheesham and features a nut width of 37mm (1 1/2 inch) with a cattle-bone nut. This instrument is outfitted with standard friction ukulele tuners. The tension on each friction tuner can be adjusted by tightening or loosing the screw on the top of the tuner. Gig Bag included.

Our Tenor Balalaika Ukulele measures approximately 27 inches in length. This Tenor-sized instrument is based upon a 430mm (17 inches) scale. The body has the classical triangular shape. The back is slightly bowed and made walnut. The neck is solid walnut and features a nut width of 37mm (1 1/2 inch) with a cattle-bone nut. This ukulele also has lacewood for the decorations on the sound board. This instrument is outfitted with standard friction ukulele tuners. The tension on each friction tuner can be adjusted by tightening or loosing the screw on the top of the tuner. Gig Bag included.

BLEMISHED: Our Tenor Balalaika Ukulele measures approximately 27 inches in length. This Tenor-sized instrument is based upon a 430mm (17 inches) scale. The body has the classical triangular shape. The back is slightly bowed and made walnut. The neck is solid walnut and features a nut width of 37mm (1 1/2 inch) with a cattle-bone nut. This ukulele also has lacewood for the decorations on the sound board. This instrument is outfitted with standard friction ukulele tuners. The tension on each friction tuner can be adjusted by tightening or loosing the screw on the top of the tuner. Gig Bag included.

The Lute-kulele (TM) by Roosebeck, is one of the sweetest sounding ukuleles in our collection and is ideally suited for classical and fingerstyle music. It's design is based upon the Renaissance Lute which was prevalent in Europe in the 16th and 17th century, This Tenor-sized instrument is based upon a 430 mm (17 inches) scale and features six strings. The second (E) and third (C) strings are doubled providing a rich full and balanced tone. It is played like any normal 4-string ukulele.
It features a European spruce soundboard with the famous Leonardo Knot rosette which was a favorite of many Renaissance lute makers. The back is made in the traditional manner of lute-making and is made of alternating staves of walnut and lacewood (Platanus orientalus). The neck and pegbox are solid walnut and features a cattle-bone nut with a width of 37 mm (1 1/2 inch). An end-pin strap button is standard. Includes a lightly padded, nylon, gig bag.

Two fixed goatskin heads on a frame contain beads that bounce and roll along the inside surfaces. Sounds like rain and thunder. You can play this drum several ways for multiple sounds.

Create the sounds of the waves breaking, play it like a deff, shake it like a Shakere or beat it like a shaman drum.

To create the sounds of a storm, hold the Drum horizontally. Then roll and gently tilt the drum in all directions. Try different speeds for different sounds. Stop and start suddenly to create crashing sounds.

14 inch diameter by 2.5 inch deep

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