A strumbola is a multi-stringed lute-tiple instrument using four courses of strings with two or three strings per courses, tuned in octaves. The Strumbola's open-tuning forms a diminished chord, giving a tight close-chord harmony up the neck, creating a Jazz-Harp like sound, with all the melodic movement on the 'inside' of the chord.

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  • A strumbola is a multi-stringed lute-tiple instrument using four courses of strings with two or three strings per courses, tuned in octaves. The Strumbola's open-tuning forms a diminished chord, giving a tight close-chord harmony up the neck, creating a Jazz-Harp like sound, with all the melodic movement on the 'inside' of the chord. (en)
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  • A strumbola is a multi-stringed lute-tiple instrument using four courses of strings with two or three strings per courses, tuned in octaves. The Strumbola's open-tuning forms a diminished chord, giving a tight close-chord harmony up the neck, creating a Jazz-Harp like sound, with all the melodic movement on the 'inside' of the chord. (en)
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  • Strumbola (en)
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