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kristijanf says

What is this rounded wire instrument Trilok plays at the beginning??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=VQWKbUC57_8#t=39
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kristijanf says

Thread got lost… Just a reminder for Indian authors to help me define instrument that Trilok Gurtu plays in the beginning of video stated above

thanks

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kingcoda says

It starts with tr—- something. I will return with a correct name for it. My pal in music industry might know. A similar effect is produced by jaw harps too… I doubt if it still sells…

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kristijanf says

It starts with tr—- something. I will return with a correct name for it. My pal in music industry might know. A similar effect is produced by jaw harps too… I doubt if it still sells…

wow thanks! finally someone responded! it sounds like a jaw harp, but it is extremely playable, and i want to buy it. i buy different instruments from around the world and this is the one i want to have !

thank you once again!!

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kristijanf says

i am keeping this thread alive for a while, in case somebody answers.

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mothinkers says

Wow, never seen that instrument, it sounds like a mix between a jaw harp and a berimbau to me.
Still, I’m not sure if it’s a proper musical instrument or if it’s buld from scratch parts. I haven’t found a name or picture of it yet!

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kristijanf says

i am totally crazy seeking. cannot find any info. i suppose it is from india ,since Trilok Gurtu mainly uses indian percussion.Mainly but not exclusively.

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uniquefx says

To me that looks more like a heating element from some appliance instead of a real instrument.

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kristijanf says

hm, yes, makes sense.

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Ladanauskas says

To me that looks more like a heating element from some appliance instead of a real instrument.

Electricized version, just connect to amplifier and play.

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