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Gutiar Yahama C70

$791.00
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ویژگی های کالا :
  • طول :10 اینچ
  • نوع ساز :کروماتیک
  • ضخامت قمیش :1.2
  • تعداد قمیش :40
  • تعداد سوراخ ها: 10 عدد
  • گام :دو
  • جنس شانه: پلاستیک
  • جنس صفحه ارتعاش: استیل
به علت نوسان قیمت ها لطفا قبل از سفارش برای اطلاع از آخرین قیمت تماس حاصل فرمایید
به علت نوسان قیمت ها لطفا قبل از سفارش برای اطلاع از آخرین قیمت تماس حاصل فرمایید
ContentChoosing the perfect guitar is a big decision. Whether you're a new guitarist buying your first beginner guitar or a seasoned guitarist adding another guitar to your ever-growing collection, we're here to help you navigate the vast array of choices you'll find on these pages. At Sweetwater, we carry some of the best guitar brands including Fender, Taylor, Martin, Gibson, Marshall, Ibanez, Gretsch, Guild, Ovation, Takamine, and many moreThe ney is one of the oldest instruments in the world. As it names indicates, the ney is made out of reed. This instrument is played in different cultures throughout the world and is seen in different shapes and names. In Iran itself there are various kinds of the ney in different regions which have different names like the ney, ney labak, shemshal, toy kik, ney labi, laleh, and others. The word “nay” in Iran has been always the reminder of all kinds of wind instruments. For example, in the old writings, we always encounter terms like sornay, karnay, marnay, donay, siyah nay, narme nay,shah nay, and….which are all considered as the members of the ney family. There are abundant documents about the instruments related to the ney family in Iran. Farabi in his book “Musiqi al-Kabir” discusses the different neys prevalent in his time. Some of the neys Farabi referred to had mouthpiece and some like the present ney did not. In comparison with other Iranian instruments, the ney has an especial status in Iranian culture. Even at the time when music was confounded with different sorts of limitations, the ney was played by shepherds, folk musicians, and sometimes by the performers of religious music. The famous poem by Rumi which opens his Masnavi has been always well-known among the masses: Listen to this ney how it complains It is telling the tale of separations The sound of the ney is the closest sound to that of human being. And because of this, the sound of the ney is the reminder of human’s voice. In the past, the ney could be found almost in all Iranian houses. In other words, the ney has a status like that of the poetry book of Hafez which was kept by every Iranian in his house. This kin interest toward the ney can be related to the timber of the ney’s sound which has been always a sort of relief for emotional pains and separation.harmonica, either of two musical instruments, the friction-sounded glass harmonica or a mouth organ, a free-reed wind instrument whose invention is often attributed to Christian Friedrich Ludwig Buschmann (maker of the Mundäoline, Berlin, c. 1821). Whatever its origins, the contemporary harmonica consists of free metal reeds set in slots in a small metal-enclosed wooden frame and supplied with wind through two parallel rows of wind channels. The notes of the diatonic (seven-note) scale are obtained by alternately blowing and sucking, with the reeds positioned to sound by alternate directions of wind flow. A note can be played either by puckering the lips to single out the desired mouth hole in the instrument or by covering unwanted holes with the tongue (usually considered a more-advanced technique). One or more notes can be sounded at a time. In chromatic (12-note scale) models, a finger-operated stop selects either of two sets of reeds tuned a semitone apart. Compass ranges from two to four octaves, and harmonica bands include bass models. The virtuosity of some modern players stimulated several eminent composers (including Heitor Villa-Lobos and Ralph Vaughan Williams) to write for the instrument.The ney is one of the oldest instruments in the world. As it names indicates, the ney is made out of reed. This instrument is played in different cultures throughout the world and is seen in different shapes and names. In Iran itself there are various kinds of the ney in different regions which have different names like the ney, ney labak, shemshal, toy kik, ney labi, laleh, and others. The word “nay” in Iran has been always the reminder of all kinds of wind instruments. For example, in the old writings, we always encounter terms like sornay, karnay, marnay, donay, siyah nay, narme nay,shah nay, and….which are all considered as the members of the ney family. There are abundant documents about the instruments related to the ney family in Iran. Farabi in his book “Musiqi al-Kabir” discusses the different neys prevalent in his time. Some of the neys Farabi referred to had mouthpiece and some like the present ney did not. In comparison with other Iranian instruments, the ney has an especial status in Iranian culture. Even at the time when music was confounded with different sorts of limitations, the ney was played by shepherds, folk musicians, and sometimes by the performers of religious music. The famous poem by Rumi which opens his Masnavi has been always well-known among the masses: Listen to this ney how it complains It is telling the tale of separations The sound of the ney is the closest sound to that of human being. And because of this, the sound of the ney is the reminder of human’s voice. In the past, the ney could be found almost in all Iranian houses. In other words, the ney has a status like that of the poetry book of Hafez which was kept by every Iranian in his house. This kin interest toward the ney can be related to the timber of the ney’s sound which has been always a sort of relief for emotional pains and separation.If you are interested in Setar instrument, this instrument “Persian Setar, Citar, Sehtar, Sitar Azizi” can be a suitable choice. The specifications of this setar are as follows:
  • Maker: Meftahi
  • Soundbox: Mulberry Wood
  • Neck: Walnut Wood
  • Peg: Walnut Wood
The ney is one of the oldest instruments in the world. As it names indicates, the ney is made out of reed. This instrument is played in different cultures throughout the world and is seen in different shapes and names. In Iran itself there are various kinds of the ney in different regions which have different names like the ney, ney labak, shemshal, toy kik, ney labi, laleh, and others. The word “nay” in Iran has been always the reminder of all kinds of wind instruments. For example, in the old writings, we always encounter terms like sornay, karnay, marnay, donay, siyah nay, narme nay,shah nay, and….which are all considered as the members of the ney family. There are abundant documents about the instruments related to the ney family in Iran. Farabi in his book “Musiqi al-Kabir” discusses the different neys prevalent in his time. Some of the neys Farabi referred to had mouthpiece and some like the present ney did not. In comparison with other Iranian instruments, the ney has an especial status in Iranian culture. Even at the time when music was confounded with different sorts of limitations, the ney was played by shepherds, folk musicians, and sometimes by the performers of religious music. The famous poem by Rumi which opens his Masnavi has been always well-known among the masses: Listen to this ney how it complains It is telling the tale of separations The sound of the ney is the closest sound to that of human being. And because of this, the sound of the ney is the reminder of human’s voice. In the past, the ney could be found almost in all Iranian houses. In other words, the ney has a status like that of the poetry book of Hafez which was kept by every Iranian in his house. This kin interest toward the ney can be related to the timber of the ney’s sound which has been always a sort of relief for emotional pains and separation.
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