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Features of Electric saz

  • Leslie Effects Installed
  • Dimarzio Pickup. DP-201, DP-202 Al Dimeola
  • Bowl Mulberry wood 
  • The neck is Mahogany. 
  • Bowl size 39 cm
  • Bridge to Nut 79 cm
  • Special bridge

Electric saz comes with:

  • Extra strings
  • Plectrum
  • Great quality Gigbag Case

Saz is a stringed instrument used in Turkish folk music. Another popular type today is electric saz. In the 1960s, it became even more popular with the works of famous names such as Orhan Gencebay and Erkin Koray.

Electric saz creates a rhythm as a consequence of the vibrations formed in the strings of the saz by converting the current form with the help of an amplifier into sound thanks to the sound magnetics. The most important feature of the electric saz is that its tones can be changed. 

If we consider the electric saz visually, it is no different from the normal saz. It has a pear-shaped body. The boat consists of three parts, the chest, and the handle. Mulberry, pine, and spruce trees are generally used in the construction of saz. If you want to buy a quality saz, pay attention to this detail. The electric saz is produced in two ways as long and short neck. The short-necked saz has 19 frets, and the long-necked saz has 23 frets.

There are three different types of strings in the saz. The strings in the lower part are tuned with the note re, the middle strings, which are the second part, with the left note, and finally, the third group strings, which are the upper part, are tuned with the note la.

Things to know about electric saz

It is a type of baglama that is generally used at weddings in Turkey. It does not give the real binding sound. Different tree trunks used in making electric saz give the instrument a variety of sounds and quality levels. Maple, Walnut, and Juniper are tree species that are commonly used in electric reed making. Generally, there are three wires. There is no need for plectrum strokes. It is enough to move your other hand on the handle part.

The working logic of electric saz and acoustic baglama is different from each other. In the electric saz, the vibrations of the wires are transformed into electrical energy thanks to the magnetics. Thanks to the technology, it is possible to make changes to these electrical signals, so many different tones and sounds can be obtained.

Thanks to today's technology, there are two kinds of devices that have been created for us to play with the tones of the electric saz.

These devices are called Les and equalizers. Thanks to these devices attached to the electric saz, you can create each treble and bass sound at the sound output. Another difference between the electric instrument from the traditional instrument is that it is equipped with guitar pickups.

An equalizer is a device that is used to change the bass and treble characteristics of the sound and comes as standard equipment in many electric instruments.
Lesli's task is to change the signals of the sound and transform the sound that comes out of a normal instrument into the sound we know as the electric instrument sound.

When Will I receive my order? 
The delivery time by free shipping is 3-5 weeks to worldwide. 
The delivery time by DHL shipping is 2-4 days to worldwide.

Does Sala Muzik Ship Internationally? 
We currently ship anywhere in the World.

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