ANSWERS: 3
  • Wish I could add pictures
  • Viola d'amore?
    • Charlieraunbow
      No, that's not it. It's also really thick. I would say maybe a foot deep. Not sure if you can see the picture here https://m.facebook.com/100004518737233/posts/pcb.761807720646512/?photo_id=761807617313189&mds=%2Fphotos%2Fviewer%2F%3Fphotoset_token%3Dpcb.761807720646512%26photo%3D761807617313189%26profileid%3D100004518737233%26source%3D49%26refid%3D17%26ref%3Dbookmarks%26cached_data%3Dfalse%26ftid%3Du_9_1k&mdf=1
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      That's not a standard instrument. Meaning it's not one that most people would recognize. In fact, it looks like something a Mongolian might have played 200 years ago....something like that. or it could be a Greek antique, or Turkish...
    • LobotomyClub
      Looks like a rubab.
  • Rubab, robab or rabab.
    • Charlieraunbow
      Awesome thanks

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