Quality Full size Hand Made Rebab
The rebab (also
rebap, rabab, rebeb, rababah, al-rababa) is a string
instrument which originated in Afghanistan, no later
than the 8th century, and was spread over much of
North Africa, the Middle East, parts of Europe, and
the Far East.
common in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and northwest India
are oddly-shaped instruments, with a form that has
been described by some as "boat like." The
body of the instrument is heavy, carved wood, narrow
in the middle, suggesting that it might have been
played like a violin at one time, like its bowed
cousins. The body is covered with stretched skin,
usually stoutly glued to the body. The neck is very
thick, and the fretboard is often intricately
inlaid. The pegbox is often topped with intricate
The kabuli rebab
has three or four strings (usually with one string
doubled) which are bridged by a carved piece held
onto the skin face by pressure. These are attached
to tuning pegs (not machine heads) set in the pegbox,
and terminate at a single stout peg at the bottom of
the instrument. Most plucked rebabs have a number of
sympathetic strings stretched underneath the main
strings. The sympathetic strings are tuned by pegs
set along the base of the neck
One Hand Made Rebab.
Sturdy Storage Case.
Free! One Set of Strings.
Storage Case is only for Transit Formalities.
Scratch mark, small dent may appear on it at the
time of shipping. Colors of the actual product may
be slightly different from the displayed image.