Tatar Kubyzes

"Small" Kubyz (Tatar Kubyzes) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players

German Maultrommels

AS114 "Zella-Mehlis" Maultrommel (German Maultrommels)

French Guimbardes

BC527 "Paris" Guimbarde (French Guimbardes)

Russian Vargans

DG1060 "Snezhinsk" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG797 "Crickett" Vargan (Russian Vargans)

Brazilian Berimbau de Boca

ER1055 "Serra da Cantareira" Berimbau de boca (Brazilian Berimbau de Boca) Recommended as first jaw harp ER1058 "Mangueira" Berimbau de boca (Brazilian Berimbau de Boca) Recommended as first jaw harp

Rarities

Fomenkov's SF1050 "Aurora Lite" Jews Harp (Rarities)

Finland Munniharppu

JN280 Munniharppy "Pyuhajarvi" (Finland Munniharppu)

Kyrgyz Komuzes

OK247 Temir-Komuz (Kyrgyz Komuzes)

Tatar Kubyzes

TV591 "Standard" Kubyz (Tatar Kubyzes) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players

Ukrainian Vargans

Варган ES1117 "Bebelka" (Ukrainian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp Варган ES1118 "Verbovetc" (Ukrainian Vargans) Варган ES1119 "Trostyanetc" (Ukrainian Vargans)
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