Made of all solid wood
Has a jack to connect AMP
Materials of Long Neck Baglama:
Sizes of Long Neck Baglama:
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Baglama has been the instrument of the minstrels in Turkey for centuries. Long-neck bağlama is the traditional type of bağlama. It has a history of thousands of years, as the history of long neck baglama saz dates back to the kopuz instrument. In 1970s baglama’s neck has been shortened by eliminating the pitches B and C and short neck baglama has been developed in order to make the performance easier. The number of the frets are different between baglama types; long neck baglama has 23 frets whereas short neck baglama has 19 frets. Long neck baglama is four fretss longer than short neck baglama. Because the wire of the long neck baglama saz is longer, the timbre of its voice is longer.
Long neck baglama saz is tuned in 5ths, this type of tuning is called bozuk (disordered) or kara (black) tuning. The strings at the bottom are tuned to A, the middle course is tuned to D and the top strings are tuned to G. Long-necked baglama saz body length may vary from 41 to 45 cm and have strings of 0.2mm