What it is
A Pipa made of Premium Rosewood by Shanghai Dunhuang "Yun" in China. The headstock is a carving of a Dragon with the same wood as the bulk of the Pipa. There are also some faux bone parts, such as on the neck of the Pipa.
At a glance
A Pipa with a full and rich tone.
- Pipa players who are looking for a Pipa suitable for performances.
Why you should buy it
- Does not have the somewhat piercing sound of a Beijing Pipa
- We are the sole distributor of Shanghai Dunhuang "Yun" Pipas in South-East Asia
Why some might not want it
- The dynamic range can sound rather limited
About the Maker
Shanghai Dunhuang Musical Instruments Co., Ltd is one of the largest and most established Chinese musical instrument factory in China. Using the years of musical instrument manufacturing experience and a variety of high-end technology, Shanghai Dunhuang produces top quality instruments under their 'Yun' Brand products.
|Accessories Included||Semi-hard case, nails, set of strings, tone generator and tape|
|Maker||Shanghai Dunhuang "Yun"|
|Special Notes||Dragon Carving on Headstock|
|Dimensions||102cm x 32cm x 12cm|
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