Item #: PW-LMN
Planet Waves Lemon Oil is a natural cleaner and conditioner formulated to remove dirt, grease and build-up from unfinished woods on all string instruments. It's particularly recommended for use on fretboards and unfinished woods. Lemon Oil also helps to condition your instrument to resist dryness which can prevent cracks and extend its life.
- Natural cleaner and conditioner protects your guitar
- Removes dirt, grease, and wax build up
- Helps condition your instrument to resist dryness
- Extends the life of instruments
- Recommended for use on unfinished woods
Item #: RBSMFPCI
The Roosebeck Microfiber Polishing Cloth is a superior, innovative, chemical free, hypoallergenic cloth for polishing your instruments. One strand is 100 times thinner than the thickness of human hair, and is made of polyester 80% and nylon(polyamide) 20%. Microfiber is preferred for its very lightweight, super absorbency, and rapid drying properties. It has a soft and delicate powder-like touch. It is approximately 11" x 11" square.
Item #: BJSSARD
Tuning your Sarod: You should remember that, outside of the western-world traditions, standardized tuning is an aberration. It is not a part of most of the world's musical traditions. The Indian approach to tuning musical instruments is basically similar to "open tuning." The artist may use any tuning that is appropriate to the piece he/she is going to play. The sympathetic strings of the sitar, sarod and sarangi will be tuned according to the rag (piece) that is being played. As a general rule, as long as you adhere to the notes of the rag almost any approach to tuning these the sympathetic strings will work.
Item #: STMP-HD
This hard Ebony wood tuning handle makes it more comfortable to adjust flat-style tuning pegs. Slip the notched end over the tuning peg, hold at a 90-degree angle to the peg, and it acts as an extension. Great tool to use on any type of flat peg. Can be used on dilruba, esraj, kemence, ouds, rebec, sarangi, sarod, saz, sensemia, sitar, spike fiddle, and veena.