Kecapi Mandolin (Penting)


According to Bank Indonesia’s regulation, we will only process transactions in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). Currency conversions are estimated and should be used for informational purposes only. Checkout/purchases will use the store’s currency.

This kecapi mandolin is one of Bali’s rarest instruments. Whilst kecapi may be common in Java, there are few groups in Bali. Balinese kecapi mandolin are played in a group of 2+ people. The strings are strummed with a plectrum and chords are created by press the keys down. The instrument is normally tuned to an angklung type tuning and is often accompanied by a number of small and medium suling flutes.

You can hear this instrument in ensemble form on a recording from Tenganan called ‘Gamelan from Eastern Bali’ by Maharani Records.

Dimensions: L50cm W17cm H5cm

Weight: around 5kg

Related items

Ceng-ceng Ricik Kebyar
Rebana Gending
Kendang Straps Pairgood Quality
Scroll to Top



Click one of our contacts below to chat on WhatsApp