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Bahraini Oud

The Bahraini Oud is one of the oldest and most traditional types of Ouds in the Gulf region. It's characterized by having a longer neck than other Ouds, which makes it easier for the player to switch between finger positions during performance. It's often used in Arabic music because it produces longer sustain, highlighting the musical notes for a longer period, which reflects the craftsmanship and quality of the instrument. The tuning of the Bahraini Oud is typically paired in either "fa-fa" or "do-do", depending on the preference of the musician. It's an ideal choice for musicians who appreciate the traditional sound and the rich cultural heritage of the Gulf region. The Bahraini Oud is also a great addition to any collection for its unique design and historical significance.

Tech Specs:

  • TOP: Red Blanz
  • BACK: Red Maple
  • FRONT: Spruce
  • KEYS: Ebony, first class. Ruler: Ebony, first class
  • THE LENGTH OF BODY: 50.5 CM
  • THE LENGTH OF NECK: 20 CM
  • STRING LENGTH: 60 CM
  • DEPTH: 21 CM
  • TUNING: FA FA
  • STRING: Crystal Germany
  • MADE IN: Bahrain
  • 9 strings, increasable to 11
Guitars
Guitar Types Arabic Oud
Left / Right Handed Right Handed
Top Material Maple/ Mahogany
String Type Crystal Germany
Ukulele
Strings 9 strings, increasable to 11
Color
Color Natural

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Bahraini 0001 Arabic Oud - Natural

  • Brand: Bahraini
  • Product Code: 0001
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • AED 699.00


Tags: Bahraini, Oud, Arabic Guitar