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Persian Santur

*** High Quality ***

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Excellent for music enthusiasts and distinguished collectionners!!

With Free Hard Case , Free Hammers & Free Tuning Wrench


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Delivery time is as below :

To countries in North America, Canada, Central America, South America, Africa, East Asia & Australia: 17-22 Days after payment

To countries in Europe and Central Asia: 12-17 Days after payment

To countries in Middle east: 9-12 days after payment


*Please Note: Since this is handmade instrument from natural wood, wood color and pattern; would be different from one instrument to another. Therefore colors and patterns of wood of Santur you order may be slightly different from the one shown in pictures, It may be a bit darker or lighter with slightly different rosettes pattern.


For Weight and Dimensions please read the “Additional Information” tab below.

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Product Description

The Persian Santur is the original form of the hammered dulcimer. The Hammered dulcimer is ancestor of the Piano. The original Santur is a diatonic instrument. Santur is a three-octave wooden trapezoid-shape instrument with Seventy-two strings which are arranged in eighteen quadruple sets, nine (bronze) in the low register, and nine (steel) in the middle register. The 72 strings, assorted in groups of four, i.e. each of four closely spaced strings are tuned to the same pitch. Each group of four strings is upheld by a tiny, movable, wooden bridge; the bridges are positioned to give the instrument a range of three octaves. The four strings over a bridge are tuned to the same pitch. The bass strings are usually made from bronze whereas the strings over the middle bridge are steel.

The resonance box of the traditional instrument is usually made of hard wood, for instance walnut. There are several sound posts inside the box, which connect the table of the instrument to its back. The arrangement of the sound posts plays important role in the sound quality of the instrument. There are two small rosettes on the top panel, which help to amplify the sound.


Additional Information

Weight 3400 g
Dimensions 90 x 27 x 9 cm

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