GAYAGEUM (For beginner level) with Bag (Brand:DY) Perhaps the most well known of all Korean traditional instruments to date, the gayageum has a clear and graceful sound and is relatively easy to learn. It has 12 silk strings and a resonating chamber hollowed out of wood from the paulownia tree. When playing the gayageum, the left hand presses the strings below the anjok (the movable bridges supporting the strings), while the right hand plucks or strums the strings above the bridge. Types of gayageum include the pungnyu gayageum from the Silla Era (BC 57 - 935) and the sanjo gayageum used in folk music, along with a number of modern-day variations featuring more strings.
We can post to Worldwide. The item "GAYAGEUM KAYAGEUM Korean Zither-like String Instrument with 12 Strings Harp" is in sale since Thursday, June 6, 2019. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\String\Folk & World\Harps & Dulcimers". The seller is "orientalopus" and is located in Seoul. This item can be shipped worldwide.