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Nithose Xoris Fegari - Various - This Is... The Best Of Bouzouki (Cassette)


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  1. Bouzouki tabs, ταμπλατούρες για μπουζούκι. Συγχορδίες Τραγούδιών. Λίστα επιλεγμένων τραγουδιών με το δρόμο και την τονικότητά τους.
  2. Nov 09,  · an old 6 string Greek bouzouki, now fully restored with a new top scale length mm and tuned to Dad with an octave tuning on the bottom course gauges 11, .
  3. Jan 05,  · I just started playing mandolin, but have always loved the sound of mandolin-family and octaved instruments. I'd love a mandocello one of these days, but they're expensive and hard to get ahold of. I was checking eBay for bouzoukis just for the hell of it and they seem easier to find. There are 2 acoustic-electric models on there for only $ called "The Irish Red Bouzouki" and "The Irish.
  4. Jan 02,  · The modern so called Irish bouzouki is really nothing like this at all! A cousin, maybe, but as different as an A4 is from an Embergher. The best way to compare them is to try and find a shop that sells both and sit down and try both types. You will find them to be rather different, in my opinion, but both equally valid.
  5. Get the best deals for greek bouzouki at tiostopnipnocargdecbeardbaffbeatsitece.xyzinfo We have a great online selection at the lowest prices with Fast & Free shipping on many items!
  6. The bouzouki belongs in the family of instruments with long neck, like the Saz, the Tamboura etc. The name Bouzouki its believed that it emanates from the word Bozouk that means broken obviously in the change that came to the instrument from the Eastern and Central Asia.
  7. Jan 27,  · The bouzouki has a rich and distinct sound, but also a distinct style of play. Classic bouzouki style is often played more up and down the fret board than across the fret board.
  8. this CD is truly awful. In no way does it represent either "the Best Greek Bouzoukis [sic]" or the "Great Favorites." And it sure doesn't sound like "Various" artists, either. Imagine a compilation of "America's Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Hits" by the Lawrence Welk Orchestra, and 3/5(5).

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