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String Instruments
THE CHARANGO is a ten-string instrument from the Andes. This small hybrid instrument with a high pitched sound has four o more courses (or sets of string) and a sound box made from a flat wood front and a rounded back made from wood or armadillo shell, It's also called the QUIRQUINCHO (a quechua word for armadillo)

ELECTRIC CHARANGO

CHARANGO

The charango isplayed both in ritual Ceremonies and other occasions. It's playing technique varies according to the type of music that is performed and the make-up of the musical band. From the family of the charango we use the HUALAYCHO smaller than charango.
Charangos have been found made of Condor skin and the string . made of animals tripe.
QUIRQUINCHO HUAYLAYCHO

 

Whether soloists, duos (charango and guitar) trios (charango, mandolin and guitar) and typical folkloric bands, which feature seven or eight different instruments.

 

MANDOLINA is a 12-string instrument made of wood and armadillo too. Played all of Southern Peru.

FENDER GUITAR   MANDOLINA  

 

More string instruments used by Huayllipacha.  
FENDER 12 STRING

VIEJUNO VIOLIN BASS

 

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