List of string instruments

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This is a list of stringed instruments categorized according to the technique used to produce sound, followed by a list of stringed instruments grouped by country or region of origin.

Strings[edit]

Plucked or Strummed instruments[edit]

  • Xenorphica (Austria) (Keyboard Instrument)

Struck or Tapped instruments[edit]

Instruments played in another way[edit]

Instruments with keyboards (keyboard action used to strike, pluck, or bow strings)[edit]

Stringed instruments by country[edit]

  • Africa (regional):
    • Hhajhuj (Sentir) (North Africa)
    • Kibangala (Gabusi) (East Africa)
    • Kora (West Africa)
    • Kouitra (Kwitra)
    • Loutar (Central North Africa)
    • Nngoni (West and Central Africa)
    • Oud arbi (Northern Africa)
    • Ramkie (Southern Africa)
  • Argentina:
    • Guitarrón Argentino
  • Austria:
    • Sschrammel gitarre
    • Xenorphica (Harp Piano)
    • Zither (Alpine Zither)
  • Bolivia:
    • Charango
    • Charangón
    • Charanguita
    • Chillador
    • Hualyacho (Walyacho)
    • Kkhonkhota
    • Quirquincho (Charango)
    • Ranka charango
    • Ronrroco
  • Burundi:
    • Inanga (Burundian zither)
  • Canada:
    • Mandolinetto
  • Chile:
    • Guitarrón Chileno
  • Congo:
    • Karindula
    • Lindanda
  • Cuba:
    • Cuban Cuatro
    • Laud cubano
    • Tres Cubano
  • Ghana:
    • Molo
  • Indonesia:
    • Bijol
    • Cak (Cuk; Keroncong guitar)
    • Dambus
    • Gambus selodang
    • Hasapi
    • Jungga
    • Kacapi (Sundanese)(Java)
    • Kecapi makassar (Sulawesi)
    • Kulcapi karo
    • Rebab (Java)
    • Sasando
    • Situr (Java, Bali)
  • Kyrgyzstan:
    • Kormuz
  • Malawi:
    • Bangwe
  • Rwanda:
    • Inanga
  • Serbia:
    • Berda
    • Bisernica
    • Brac
    • Bugarija
    • Celo (Celovic)
    • Tambura samica (Dangubica)
  • Taiwan:
    • Yueqin taiwan
  • Venezuela:
    • Bandola llanera
    • Bandola oriental
    • Cuatro
    • Cinco
    • Cinco y medio
    • Seis
  • Zambia:
    • Karindula

See also[edit]