Persian Setar - String Musical Instrument - Made by Nava
The body of the Setar is made from mulberry wood. The soundboard is made of thin wood, and the neck usually has twenty-five to twenty-eight adjustable gut frets.
The Setar typically has four strings; the strings are made of metal and are played with the fingers, often using a combination of plucking and strumming techniques.
The instrument has a vast repertoire of melodic pieces and modes with a rich history that dates back to ancient times.
- Bowl: mulberry wood
- Neck: Walnut
- String: 4
- Maker: Nava