The Oğur Sazı a six-stringed instrument invented by Erkan Oğur. This category has been created to allow musicians to explore and experience the rich sounds of this unique instrument.
About Ogur Sazı
The Oğur Sazı has a bağlama form, but unlike the standard bağlama, its strings are individually placed, similar to a guitar. This feature adds a different tone and chord richness to the music played. The instrument is played without a plectrum, using an arpeggio technique, providing musicians with a distinct playing experience.
Erkan Oğur has also created nine single-row stringed and twelve double-row stringed versions of the Oğur Sazı. This variety offers musicians options that cater to different tonalities and playing styles. Additionally, the instrument uses a non-traditional tuning system created by the musician himself, providing a wider range of musical expression.
Embark on a journey where unique sounds and musical experiences are discovered in the Oğur Sazı Category.