The Bulgarian Tambura, also known as the Tamburitza ,Tamburica o Tambouro is a traditional stringed instrument that holds a special place in Bulgarian folk music.
It is a pear-shaped instrument with a long neck and frets, similar to a lute or mandolin. The body of the Tambura is typically made from wood, such as maple or spruce, and it is played by plucking or strumming the strings with a pick or fingers. The Bulgarian Tambura is known for its bright and vibrant sound, adding a distinct character to traditional Bulgarian music. It is commonly used in ensembles and orchestras, providing melodic and harmonic accompaniment to other instruments and vocalists. The Tambura is versatile, capable of playing both rhythmic chords and intricate melodies, making it a versatile instrument in the folk music context. At Tapadum Music Store, we offer a diverse selection of Bulgarian Tamburas to cater to musicians of all levels. Each Tambura is carefully crafted by skilled artisans, ensuring excellent craftsmanship and exceptional sound quality. Our range includes various sizes, string configurations, and decorative elements, allowing musicians to find the Tambura that suits their preferences and playing style. The Bulgarian Tambura is a stringed instrument that is played as a folk instrument in Bulgaria and other Balkan countries. It has doubled steel strings and is played with a plectrum, in the same manner as a mandolin. The Bulgarian tambura has 8 steel strings in 4 doubled courses. All the courses are tuned in unison, with no octaves. It has a floating bridge and a metal tailpiece. The instrument body is often carved from a single block of wood Write again for Bulgarian Tambura Category of Tapadum Musoc Store