Best Quality Persian Tanbour for Sale

Tanbour is a Persian long-necked lute played in Kermanshah area of Iran, though it is played in Persian classical music as well. It is a very old instrument and its history goes back to ancient Persia (before Islam).

In the past it had two strings but now it has three. The techniques of playing this instrument is very special and uses very interesting finger patterns. The most characteristic finger-pattern of playing tanbour is called Shor that uses four fingers of the hand to produce a unique tremolo.

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