Harp lute

A harp lute is played sitting cross legged. The instrument is rested on the thigs, and hold in the two handlse wit 4 fingers of each hand, while the 2 x 3 strings are played with the thumbs. This harp lute comes from the Mandingo tribe in Liberia.
Statement: This instrument was obtained trough a certified representative, it has not been illegal removed from Africa.

Other informations
Made by: Mandingo tribe, Liberia
Made in: (1980)
Materials: Calabash covered wit skin, nylon strings.
Condition: Ready for use

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