(Tuning La Bayat - A) Ahmad Abd El Ghani Premium Arabic Kawala
- Hand made
- Length: 14.54" (37 cm)
- Tuning: La Bayat - A
- Maker: Ahmad Abd El Ghani
- Free Shipping
- Material: Premium Reed
This Premium Arabic Kawala made especially for Arab Instruments by the the master Ahmad Abd El Ghani (Nuda).
Nuda has one of the best reputation on the middle east of building premium neys and kawalas for top players around the world who seek for special sound and high quality of Arabic neys. Nuda uses a special technique to dry his reeds before the building. In his process, he dries every reed for a period of 1.5 - 2 years and avoid exposing the reed to a direct sun during this time, something that keep the reed in it's best original shape. Since Nuda is a professional ney and kawala player, he tunes every kawala by himself and add his love and passion to the all process.
Here in Arab Instruments we are proud to offer you for the first time "Ahmad Abd El Ghani " Premium Kawalas" and we are happy to provide you an high quality product. This Kawala can be great for a professionals players, performance and recording.The tuning for this kawala is A, La Bayat. Measurements: 14.54" (37 cm) Further questions about any of our products should be directed to email@example.com
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First off I'm still quite a beginner. I have two neys and wanted to have a kawala. I love the sound the kawala makes. I've actually found the kawala easier to play than the ney. Ironically I think it has also helped to improve my ability to play the lowest register on the ney also. These are good sturdy instruments because they are made from plastic, so I'm not too worried about them as they aren't as sensitive as a reed instrument would be. For example, the house where I live tends to stay cool and damp which resulted in one of my reed neys developing a small amount of mold which I had to treat. Not so with plastic! If you're a beginner to the kawala I think you'll enjoy this particular instrument!