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ⓘ Phandar




Phandar
                                     

ⓘ Phandar

The Phandar is a traditional vainakhish three-string plucked instrument from Chechnya and Ingushetia in the Northern Caucasus. The sound produced by the Phandar is similar to the Panduri, but it is easy to hear the difference between these two similar instruments.

                                     

1. Construction

It has a wooden elongated body, carved from one piece of wood, with a flat top and a curved lower deck, and is traditionally made of walnut wood. The Phandars frets were traditionally made up of rope, but today they can be made of plastic and steel just like the Guitar. The Phandars dimensions are 750-900mm but can variate if it is made properly or not. The Phandar originally had 3 strings but now some modern ones have 6 strings, but there are still made Phandars with 3 strings.

                                     
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