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Turkish Baglama Saz
Baglama Saz

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List Price $239.95
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This Turkish Baglama Saz features 7 strings, two courses of 2 and one course of 3. The nylon frets are movable. Approximately 38-40 inches in length, 9-10 inches in width and 10-11 inches in depth. Handmade in Turkey. Nylong Gig Bag, Extra String Set Included. Free Shipping.

The most frequently used tuning, from high to low pitch, is: A D G, where A is a 3-string course. These instruments are handcrafted in small quantities, so colors and decorations may vary from the photos.
Our house guitarist plays the Baglama Saz.

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Lovely instrument, delivered on time February 25, 2018
Reviewer: Jahan from Charlotte, NC United States  
I shopped carefully for several days for a baglama from Turkey to give as a gift, and this instrument looked beautiful and had excellent reviews.  Upon receipt, the musician for whom I bought this saz tuned it, played it, and  loved it.  She has played a number of simple recordings already.  

I would buy from Handcrafted World Instruments again.  Great first experience.

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Great Service -- Great Instrument July 28, 2013
Reviewer: Dane Lewis from Catonsville, MD United States  
I was looking around for a novel instrument for a gift.  The saz was perfect.  And it came as advertised and in perfect condition.  All my questions were quickly and competently answered by email and shipping was simple.  I would highly recommend HWI for all your instrument needs.

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It's a buy. July 8, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from United States  
Good quality, sounds nice, and affordable. The neck on the saz I got was slightly darker than shown in the picture, but I actually like it better that way. I would recommend this instrument.

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