14 String Filipino Banduria

On a trip to the Philippines, I went to Musar Music  in Baguio City. There I bought a 14 string banduria.

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Here I am with Marcial.  He’s the guy that helped me with my purchase.

 

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That’s a lot of strings!

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Pretty wood on the back.

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Here’s a little demo of it:

 

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10 thoughts on “14 String Filipino Banduria

  1. Oscar Stern

    The back is made out of mahogany. Shouldn’t you recycle all those strings when you go to restring it?

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  2. Oscar Stern

    I built an electric Filipino banjo Bandurria by reusing the neck that came from a badly damaged Bandurria. What exactly is the back made out of?

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  3. Oscar Stern

    Acacia wood, that’s is what the SG ukulele, & homemade pen are built out of. It’s going to take a very long time to get our electric 14 string Filipino bandurria up & running ’cause the plans we’re upgraded to a new level where that it also has a headphone jack.

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  4. Oscar Stern

    It’s similar in appearance to a 14 string Filipino Bandurria except it has a pickup & solid wood body with a headphone jack so you can practice w/ out disturbing others. Right Mr. Hulbert? Because you might want to install a soundboard pickup so you can plug into the amp. I wouldn’t electrify that instrument if I were you ’cause there’s a rule. “Don’t electrify instruments by disassembling them, installing the pickup & reassembling it unless they need repairs.

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