In order to be able to play musical instruments well, besides the necessary experience, there must also be a suitable environment. You can play your instrument in a much more comfortable environment by using a Santoor stand. The fact that Santoor Stand has a decorative design and takes up less space becomes much more attractive.
Santoor stand made by wood
Sizes of Santoor Stand: 66*33*63 cm (26*13*25 inches)
Santur is known as one of the traditional saz types. Santoor is an instrument that originated in Iraq, Iran, and India Santoor is known as a trapezoidal instrument, generally made of exotic woods. The santoor, which has been known since ancient times, has a history of approximately 3500 years. The classic santoor has 72 - 160 wires. But The Persian Santoor is about 90 cm wide at its broad end, 36 cm wide at its narrow end, and 6 cm deep. These wires are played with a small plectrum made of wood. There are also piano-like pedestal types of santoor called ”Cimbalom”. In this way, both musical instruments and percussion instruments are called chordophones. The instrument, a Kitara genre, is formally similar to the qanun.
Santoor is played with plectrum or zahme. It is both a stringed and percussion instrument. Usually, there is 9 bridge. Because the sound is on the left note. The left key is based. (the number of thresholds may increase or decrease depending on the tones). It consists of three octaves. Usually, steel, bronze, and brass wires are used. (brass and bronze wires are used for bass sounds). Four strings are placed on each bridge. It consists of 72 and 160 wires. 72 strings are said to symbolize 72 nations.