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Rozini

Rozini

In Brazil, people not only play drums and percussion:
The most common instrument is probably the acoustic guitar. No matter if traditional 6-string guitar or like preferred in Samba and Choro with 7 strings, ROZINI has the righ instruments.

ROZINI also offers bandolins or the viola caipira, a 10-string instrument which is very popular in Brazil, and of course a large variety of Cavaquinhos. The little allrounder is suitable for (almost) every music style: you can play it in any Samba session in a small round, the Samba de mesa, when accompaning a big Samba school, or as a virtuoso solo instrument playing Choro. The cavaquinho is a small instrument with endless possibilities.

Rozini

ROZINI was born as a result of an association of various luthiers and is nowadays one of the largest and renowned producers of stringed instruments of Brazil. The instruments are handmade in serie-production in São Paulo.

Products from Rozini

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Cavaquinho Presença Brasil L.Preto Cavaquinho Presença Brasil L.Preto
Rozini
(14)

available again from 5 October 2021

€363.00 *
Cavaquinho Estilo eléctrico Cavaquinho Estilo eléctrico
Rozini
(2)

available again from 5 October 2021

€518.00 *
Bag Tanajura Bag Tanajura
Rozini
(2)

temporarily out of stock

€38.00 *
Hardcase Bandolim Hardcase Bandolim
Rozini
(1)

available again from 5 October 2021

€118.00 *
Cavaquinho Studio acústico Cavaquinho Studio acústico
Rozini
(1)

available again from 5 October 2021

€198.00 *
Cavaquinho Profissional - el Cavaquinho Profissional eléctrico
Rozini
(1)

available again from 5 October 2021

€434.00 *
8'' resonance head for banjo 8'' resonance head for banjo
Rozini

available again from 5 October 2021

€18.00 *
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Learn about Brazilian instruments and music styles on Sambapedia