The Kanun is a very old and historic Asian instrument. It normally rests on your knees, played by plucking individual strings with special picks worn on your fingers. In the 20th century, the Turks improved the design by adding tuning keys, greatly expanding the musical possibilities of this already amazing and versatile instrument. With 66 nylon strings, there is almost no limit to what you can play on a Kanun. 18 inches wide and 41 inches long. Includes a protective padded case. This model differs from a more basic version by having more inlay, a finished bridge and more mandalas.
Comes with tuning key, 2 mizrabs (picks), and a few extra strings and tuning pegs.