Professional quality Hand Made
Santoor is a Trapezoid shaped hammered
dulcimer which is struck with light wooden mallets. The number of strings may be
as few as 24 or more than 100. Typical sizes tend to be around 80. Santoor is
made of woods mainly of Walnut, rosewood etc.
The Indian santoor is more rectangular and can have more strings than
the original Persian counterpart, which generally has 72 strings. The santoor as
used in Kashmiri classical music
The front and the back of
the instrument are connected by sound posts whose positions play an important
role in the sound quality of the instrument. The name means one hundred strings
in Persian. The special-shaped mallets (mezrab) are lightweight and are held
between the index and middle fingers. A typical Santur has two sets of bridges,
providing a range of three octaves. The right-hand strings are made of brass,
while the left-hand strings are made of steel.
Santoor can also be kept as a showpiece
as its has ethnic looks and is a marvelous piece of art.
One Santur With Playing Sticks.
Sturdy Storage Case.
Note: Sturdy Storage
Case is only for Transit Formalities. Scratch mark, small dent may appear on it
at the time of shipping. Colors of the actual product may be different from the