Persian Tar Instrument

The Iranian Tar is a stringed instrument from the Rabab family. It is a double-chested plucked, long-necked lute. Its membrane serves as a soundtable which give the tar a clear and resonant timbre.

  • Persian Tar IranSaz Model 1 Stamp IR200

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    The body of Tar is made more than the old mulberry wood stump, and the older woods made better sounds. The Fret normally made of Sheep intestines and neck normally made of Walnut wood. The shape of body from back side is looks like a sitting human.
    Body: Mulberry
    Fingerboard: Horn
    Neck: Walnut
  • Persian Tar IranSaz Model Taban

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    Tar is one of the main string instruments of Iranian music. The sound of the this string instrument enchants you. Tar String Instrument has a pleasant sound that is always accompanied by Tonbak, a favorite of art lovers and lovers of original Iranian music.

    Body: Mulberry
    Fingerboard: Horn
    Neck: Walnut

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