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DJEMBE goblet shape, meant to be played with hands.
TALKING DRUM played with a stick. Pitch can be regulated so it `talks'. Held under arm.
ESRAJ sounds like sarangi but not as hard to play. Bowed.
SAROD stringed, some are drone strings, some are sympathetic. Played with a pick.
SITAR drone strings and normal strings. plucked. Use of sympathetic strings.
7 main strings and 12 sympathetic ones.
TABLA right hand drum (dayan) is made of wood and is smaller. Left hand drum (bayan)
made of metal. Black spots are gum, soot and iron filings and create bell like timbre. Played
SARANJI bowed. Sounds most like the human voice. Can do meends. Playing strings and
sympathetic strings. No frets or fingerboard.
PAKHAWAJ Barrel shaped drum. Head at each end.