Roosebeck Afghani Rebab Full Sadafi
Roosebeck Afghani Rebab Full Sadafi
Roosebeck Afghani Rebab Full Sadafi
Roosebeck Afghani Rebab Full Sadafi
Roosebeck Afghani Rebab Full Sadafi
Roosebeck Afghani Rebab Full Sadafi
Roosebeck Afghani Rebab Full Sadafi
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.
SPECIAL NOTE ON STRINGS:

There is no warranty on strings. Manufacturers recommend that you change the strings every 3-4 months. It is always a good idea to keep an extra set of stings to replace any that may break. You should always wipe down your strings with a clean dry cloth after use. If you store your instrument, you should consider changing the strings when you pick it up again.

Roosebeck Afghani Rebab Full Sadafi

SKU: AFGRD-F