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 How many strings does a fiddle have?

Answer Fiddles have four steel strings; violins may have only the smallest "E" string in steel, and some fiddlers modify their bridges. Beyond that, the only difference between a fiddle and a violin is th... Read More »
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How many strings does a mandolin have?

A mandolin has four to six pairs of strings, or eight to twelve strings. The body of the instrument is typically pear-shaped, and the neck has frets. The mandolin belongs to the lute family of musi... Read More »
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How many strings does a dulcimer have?

The number of strings on a dulcimer varies. A three-string dulcimer is typically used when teaching others to play the instrument. Dulcimers can also have four, five, six or eight strings.Source:Th... Read More »
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How many strings do ancient Egyptian harps have?

There were basically two types of harps used in ancient Egypt, a small portable shoulder harp and a larger arched bow harp. The size, shape, and number of strings varied between them. Ancient paint... Read More »
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How many strings does a modern harp have?

The modern petal harp comes in four sizes, with corresponding string numbers. A grand or concert harp has 47 strings. The semi-grand variety has only one less string, with 46. The more portable siz... Read More »
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