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Ogur sazi is a six-string instrument developed by Erkan Oğur. Unlike the standard baglama, the strings are placed one by one and as in the guitar.
The instrument is played with arpeggio technique without plectrum. Erkan Oğur also made 9 single strings and 12 double strings of the instrument. Ogur sazi uses a tuning system that is not in tradition and produced by the musician himself.
Ogur sazi, which is identical to the copuz in anatomical structure, has 25 wires and uses hornbeam wood on its keyboard. Body sizes can vary according to the desired chord. The wires can be placed optionally, all nylon or metal or three nylon and three metal. The second string from the bottom is accepted as the decision sound. Strings vary according to the desired chord. As the notation system, it was determined according to the notation system of the classical guitar.
The body of the Ogur sazi is in the form of baglama, the Ogur sazi is equal to the short neck baglama, and the strings are placed single like the placement system in classical guitar. t has a thick handle due to the single insertion of the wires and differs from other types of baglama in this respect. Thanks to these distinctions, it has a rich harmonic performance opportunity and has gained a place in orchestras with its unique voice.
Ogur sazi, designed by Erkan Oğur and given his own surname, was first produced in 1992 by the instrument maker Kemal Eroğlu. Ogur sazi has been a musical instrument inspired by many instruments. Having the performance and physical characteristics of many instruments, taking the fret structure of the kopuz and changing the number of strings, Ogur sazi is an instrument that can perform all world music. It has been used by various artists in concerts, album recordings, movie-series music.