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Charango- Naranjo Wood Original and beautiful, the "charango" is an Andean folk instrument which evolved from the 16th/17th century Spanish vihuela de mano. It looks like a small guitar but has 10 strings separated into 5 courses. Body: Naranjo wood Soundboard: Oregon pine Fingerboard: jacaranda Sound Hole: 3 holes Strings: black nylon Headstock: imported (soft) Material Bridge: wood and bone Frets: 16 General Features: Scale Nbr.36 cm. Nacre Inlays Tuning: GCEAE Approx. Size: Length: 66 cm -Width: 18 cm.Please note that each charango is hand made and thus while the shape and quality of each charango doesn't vary the colour of decorations might slightly vary.