Kamancheh is an striking instrument that you can find almost in every region in Iran.
Parts of Kamancheh are:
1.Bowl (Walnut, Mulberry and maple wood)
2.Neck (walnut wood)
3.Tuning pegs ( walnut wood)
4.Fingerboard ( Indian rosewood)
6.Soundboard which is made of lamb skin and for Contra bass and alt-version is of goat skin
Kamancheh models are:
1.Classic model which is 4/4
Madels can be compared based on the picture.
1.Mehrkari (inlay on wood decorations)
Which is possible on the body and the finger board
2.The form of the neck
A: Round style: the upper part is thicker than the lower part
B: Violin style: The upper part is thinner than the lower part
A: With wooden tuning pegs ( the traditional style)
B: With wavery tuning pegs ( modern style- as shown in the pictures)
4.The bowl can be made walnut wood and/or mulberry, maple, rose, wood and ,...
The hardcase is included.