Sarinda, fiddle. Homoxylic, the convex back carved with a pattern of leaves below the neck. A skin soundtable covers the section of the resonator below the waist. Above this is an empty cavity, bisected by a rectangular plank supporting the nuts for the fourteen sympathetic strings, nine pegged from the neck and firve pegged from the upper side of the resonator on the player's right. The pegbox with pegs for the four bowed strings, and reversed scroll finial.
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