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Mid-East Arabic Oud with Gig Bag - Walnut

$499.00
$349.30
Availability: 1 In Stock
Product Code: OUDWN
Six course oud with classic tear drop shape and bowl bottom. It includes 7 wound nylon strings and 4 rectified nylon strings, as well as a fixed walnut bridge. The body and neck are made from walnut and the bowl has white pinstripes in between each wooden stave. The neck and tuning pegs are also made out of walnut. Its soundboard is made out of spruce wood and has three round shaped sound holes, one larger one in the center and two smaller ones below on the sides. There is also a walnut pick guard at bottom to help prevent scratching sound board when playing. The decorations can vary from those photographed. This oud contains a great selection of woods and wonderful craftsmanship. There are multiple tuning options for instrument, but we recommend using the Arabic method: DGADGC. This oud has a range of more than 3 octaves. Accessories include a gig bag and Owner's Guide. The oud is the main instrument of Arabic music and is popular throughout the Middle East.
Important Specifications:
Body/Bowl: 20.25 inches in length, 7.25 inches in width and 13.75 inches in height.
Neck at Nut: 1.6250 inches in width.
Neck at Body Joint: 2.25 inches in width.
Nut: 1.6250 inches in width, made from bone.
Strings at the Nut: 1.25 inches in width.
Strings at Bridge: 3.12 inches in width.
Scale Length: 24.25 inches.
12 satinwood tuning pegs/levers.
Fretless.

Product Specifications:
  • Brand: Mid-East
  • Product Type: ¬†Ouds
  • Item Weight: 12 lbs.
  • Item Length:¬†32.5 Inches
  • Item Width:¬†13.75 Inches
  • Item Height: 7.5 Inches
  • UPC Code: 844731059001
  • Origin: Pakistan
  • Shipping¬†Specifications:
  • Ship Weight: 41 lbs.
  • Ship Length: 37 Inches
  • Ship Height: 13 Inches
  • Ship Width: 19 Inches
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