Professional Turkish Kabak Kemane Kemence Made of gourd

A professional quality Kabak Kemane made by one of today’s best Kabak Kemane makers. It is made in mind for easy playing, low string action and accuracy. This instrument is made for professional use and will suite and advanced player or serious musician.

Specifications:

  • Bowl: Gourd
  • Neck: Maple + Mahogany
  • Skin: Fish
  • Decoration: Traditional

Comes with:

  • Padded soft case
  • Bow

Tuning (low to high): D A D G

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$339.00 $239.00

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Kabak Kemane (three-stringed violin) is a widespread Turkish folk instrument, the features of which change from region to region. The instruments known as the kabak, kemane, iklig, rabab, the hegit in Hatay province, the rubaba in the Southeast, the kemança in Azerbayjan, and as the gıcak, gıccek or gıjek among the Turks of Central Asia are all known to share the same roots.

The table is generally made from a dipper gourd, although wooden versions are also frequently encountered. The stem is made from hard wood. A shaft made of wood or metal lies under the table. This is placed on the knee and allows the instrument to be moved from right to left. The bow is made from a sapling with horse hair running from one end to the other. Nowadays metal strings are used, replacing the formerly employed gut strings.

The instrument can easily produce all forms of chromatic sound. It produces long sounds, and can also be played legato, staccato and pizzicato.

We are offering our customers free surface shipping worldwide. There's no minimum order value. We ship on daily basis music instruments to all over the world. All instruments are packed with advance packing techniques.

We are happy to have 100% safe arrivals.

Arrival times

Surface Shipping: 2-4 Weeks

DHL: 3-5 days. Contact for a custom quote.

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Kabak Kemane (three-stringed violin) is a widespread Turkish folk instrument, the features of which change from region to region. The instruments known as the kabak, kemane, iklig, rabab, the hegit in Hatay province, the rubaba in the Southeast, the kemança in Azerbayjan, and as the gıcak, gıccek or gıjek among the Turks of Central Asia are all known to share the same roots.

The table is generally made from a dipper gourd, although wooden versions are also frequently encountered. The stem is made from hard wood. A shaft made of wood or metal lies under the table. This is placed on the knee and allows the instrument to be moved from right to left. The bow is made from a sapling with horse hair running from one end to the other. Nowadays metal strings are used, replacing the formerly employed gut strings.

The instrument can easily produce all forms of chromatic sound. It produces long sounds, and can also be played legato, staccato and pizzicato.

We are offering our customers free surface shipping worldwide. There's no minimum order value. We ship on daily basis music instruments to all over the world. All instruments are packed with advance packing techniques.

We are happy to have 100% safe arrivals.

Arrival times

Surface Shipping: 2-4 Weeks

DHL: 3-5 days. Contact for a custom quote.

Let us help you