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Oud String Set for Classical Turkish Oud by
Oud String Set for Classical Turkish Oud by

Oud String Set for Classical Turkish Oud by MusiCaravan

Product ID : 17463324
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Galleon Product ID 17463324
UPC / ISBN 852677483699
Shipping Weight 0.1 lbs
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Model Mus-7234
Manufacturer MusiCaravan
Shipping Dimension 4.41 x 4.21 x 0.51 inches
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Brand MusiCaravan
Package Quantity 1
UPC 852677483699
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Oud String Set for Classical Turkish Oud by Features

  • For Classical Turkish Oud Tuning: BB (or C#C#), F#, B, E, a, d.

  • Extended range preferred by performers of Ottoman Turkish classical music.

  • Hand-made to the highest specifications of virtuoso Necati Çelik

  • Extremely long lasting.


About Oud String Set For Classical Turkish Oud By

Our Turkish Style oud strings are made to exact specifications in collaboration with oud virtuoso Üstad Necati Çelik [pronounced “Nejatee Chelik”], and we do supply him with these strings. Necati is considered by many to be the foremost classical oud player in Turkey today. [Ssee his CD "Yasemin" for sale on Amazon, UPC 791022022421.] These strings compare very favorably to Pyramids. The trebles are true and even, and the bass strings last many months without going out of tune with themselves. When I change strings, it is because they are literally wearing out, or have lost too much brilliance to perform with an ensemble---not because they are going out of tune. The only other strings I can say that of are the Pyramids, and they cost a lot more. There are two different Turkish sets. One has a label bearing Necati Çelik’s name and is designed for the tuning that he prefers, from bass to treble: B (or C#), F#, b, e, a, d'. This tuning is preferred by most Turkish classical musicians today because of its increased range and versatility when transposition is necessary.