Mid-East

Mid-East Baglama Saz

The Baglama saz features 7 strings, two courses of 2 and one course of 3, with movable frets. It is approximately 38-40 inches. String sets and plectrums are sold separately. Wood coloring and decorations may vary Imported from Turkey. Soft case include.

The saz is a long-necked subfamily of lute. It evolved in Persia and is still popular in Turkey. Depending on the size, it has 10-19 movable frets which include several quartertone positions. Also depending on size, it has 6 or 8 strings, with 3 courses being the most common configuration. A unique feature is that the middle course of strings is tuned to the lowest note. There are many tuning possibilities. The most common being ADG. NOTE: the lowest note, D, is tuned on the middle course of strings, A on the lower course and G on the upper course

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Mid-East Baglama Saz

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Item #: SAZB

Stock: 16+

Item Specifications

Item Weight: 10 lbs.

Item Length: 40 in

Item Height: 11 in

Item Width: 10 in

UPC Code: 844731010187

Origin: Turkey

Shipping Specifications

Shipping Weight: 12 lbs.

Shipping Length: 48 in

Shipping Height: 18 in

Shipping Width: 47 in


The Baglama saz features 7 strings, two courses of 2 and one course of 3, with movable frets. It is approximately 38-40 inches. String sets and plectrums are sold separately. Wood coloring and decorations may vary Imported from Turkey. Soft case include.

The saz is a long-necked subfamily of lute. It evolved in Persia and is still popular in Turkey. Depending on the size, it has 10-19 movable frets which include several quartertone positions. Also depending on size, it has 6 or 8 strings, with 3 courses being the most common configuration. A unique feature is that the middle course of strings is tuned to the lowest note. There are many tuning possibilities. The most common being ADG. NOTE: the lowest note, D, is tuned on the middle course of strings, A on the lower course and G on the upper course