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The riq (also spelled riqq or rik) is a type of tambourine used as a traditional instrument in Arabic music. It is an important instrument in both folk and classical music throughout the Arabic-speaking world. It traditionally has a wooden frame (although in the modern era it may also be made of metal), jingles, and a thin, translucent head made of fish or goat skin (or, more recently, a synthetic material).

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Celthair tunable Riq V. Varral

Price €140.00
The riq is an Arabic tambourine widely used in classical music. Goatskin drumhead. Measurements: 25x6cm. 5 pairs of 1mm thick brass jingles and 10 tuning points with Allen key. Handcrafted by Victor Barral, an internationally recognized builder. By having tuners, you can compensate for changes in head tension due to weather changes.

Riq. tunable, synthetic head. V.Barral

Price €120.00
The riq is an Arabic tambourine widely used in classical music. Synthetic drumhead. Measurements: 25x6cm. 5 pairs of 1mm thick brass jingles and 10 tuning points with Allen key. Handcrafted by Victor Barral, an internationally recognized builder. By having the synthetic head, it is not affected by climatic changes, the tension remaining stable.