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  • Balalaika Balalaika
    The Newly Designed Classic Roosebeck Balalaika. Choose from Rosewood or Lacewood finishes. Variegated stave backs. Classic or ornate sound hole options.
  • Banjo Heads Banjo Heads
    Replacement Banjo Heads By REMO®. Choose from various sizes in REMO® Fiberskyn® & REMO® Renaissance Diplomat®.
  • Baroque and Romantic Guitars Baroque and Romantic Guitars
    Handcrafted Baroque, Renaissance, Romantic and Vihuela guitars inspired by the great masters like Antonio de Torres Jurado.
  • Berimbau Berimbau
    The Berimbau or Brazilian Musical Bow, has long been used in a variety of music forms.
  • Biblical Instruments Biblical Instruments
    Make a joyous noise with King David's Kinnor harp & Nevel harp.
  • Bouzouki Bouzouki
    8 String Rosewood Bouzouki. The classic Greek instrument.
  • Bulbul Tarang Bulbul Tarang
    Bulbul Tarang or Indian Banjo has main strings are plucked while depressing keys to change the notes; the sympathetic strings resonate.
  • Cumbus Cumbus
    Pronounced (joom-bush), The Cumbus is Turkish for revelry, just the mood these instruments inspire. Choose from several styles and sizes.
  • Dilruba Dilruba
    The dilruba is a bowed instrument with steel strings, used in classical Indian music.
  • Dulcimers Dulcimers
    Several styles and sized of American, Mountain, European and Banjo style Dulcimers.
  • Ektara Ektara
    Ektara is a 1 string instrument and the 2 string Dotara or bass ektara most often used in traditional music from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Egypt.
  • Electronic Tuners Electronic Tuners
    Choose from a selection of chromatic tuners, clip-on tuners, instrument tuners with metronomes and more.
  • Esraj Esraj
    The Esraj is played with a bow like a small bass fiddle. The esraj is found primarily in Bengal and Bangladesh.
  • Gopichand Gopichand
    The Indian Gopichand is a single string stretched between a split bamboo neck. Pressing neck halves together creates unusual sounds.
  • Harps Harps
    Roosebeck and Early Music Shop Handcrafted Harps from 8 to 38 strings. Styles include Celtic to Contemporary and every style in between.
  • Kanoune Accessories Kanoune Accessories
    The qanún or kanoune is a string instrument found in Near Eastern traditional music based on Maqamat. Syrian Qanun (musical instrument) The qanun is a traditional Middle Eastern stringed instrument. It has a long history, possibly descended from the ancient Egyptian harp, and is related to the psaltery, dulcimer and zither.
  • Kemenche Kemenche
    The Mid-East Kemenche is a bowed spike fiddle native to the southern shore of the Eastern Black Sea. It has been called the Black Sea Fiddle, the Pontic Lyra or the Karadeziz Kemencesi.
  • Lavta Lavta
    The Mid-East Lavta is a plucked Turkish string instrument much like an oud. Sometimes called a Laouta.
  • Lute Guitar Lute Guitar
    Roosebeck handcrafted modern 6 string acoustic lute guitar. The lute guitar is common in Germany from around 1850. Plays like a guitar looks like a lute. Steel or nylon string models.
  • Lute Harp Lute Harp
    The Roosebeck Lute Harp is angelic in design and played on your lap or hand held.
  • Lutes Lutes
    Roosebeck Fine Instruments include classic 7 & 8 course lutes, flat back styles and a selection of fine lutes designed by Master Luthier Zachary Taylor.
  • Ouds Ouds
    Mid-East Ouds, Acoustic & Electric, in a variety of styles. Classic Pear Shaped, Flat Back, Mosaic and Frame.
  • Psaltery Psaltery
    The Roosebeck bowed psaltery is played a bow. 22-37 Strings. Baritone, Alto and Soprano for both right and left-handed players.
  • Rabab Rabab
    The banjira Rabab is a single string bowed instrument. Found in ninth and tenth century texts, "Rabab" is the oldest known Arabic word for a bowed instrument. It is capable of a range of dynamic accents.
  • Rebab Rebab
    The Mid-East Afghani Rebab is an instrument from the lute family, played mostly in Afghanistan and Pakistan. A beautiful instrument regarded as the predecessor of the Indian Sarod.
  • Rebec Rebec
    The origin of the Rebec can be traced to the middle east around the middle to the end of the ninth century AD. It is played similarly to the violin played on the arm.
  • Santoor Santoor
    The Indian Santoor comes in multiple styles. Played by striking hand held hammers on the strings providing an exotic sound.
  • Sarangi Sarangi
    The sarangi is the most popular bowed instrument of India. Its history is quite old. When played by a master it is capable of closely imitating the nuances of the human voice.
  • Saz Saz
    The Saz is a member of the long necked Lute family. Its ancestry traces back to Babylon and Sumeria; where it was believed to have had mystical powers strong enough to protect a warrior if carried into battle.
  • Semsemia Semsemia
    Egyptian harp with decorative inlay. It has steel strings and a movable bridge.
  • Shahi Baaja Shahi Baaja
    Professional Paloma brand electric shahi baaja with integral 10 string swarmandal.
  • Sitars Sitars
    The Indian sitar likely developed from the Persian Lute, during the 18th century.
  • Spike Fiddles Spike Fiddles
    Spike fiddles, are in lute family. Such fiddles date back, at least, to the 8th century in Arabia and Persia.
  • Swarmandal Swarmandal
    The swarmandal or Indian harp is an Indian zither that is today most commonly used as an accompanying instrument for vocal Hindustani Classical music.
  • Tanpura Tanpura
    The tanpura (tambura) provides the drone accompaniment in Hindustani music. Models include 4 and 6 string, flat back, box, 3/4 size , miniature and Swarsangam.
  • Ukulele Ukulele
    The ukulele, sometimes abbreviated to uke, is a member of the lute family of instruments; it generally employs four nylon or gut strings or four courses of strings
  • Veena Veena
    The Veena (vina) has several styles. Some are fretless and played like a zither, some have frets.