JR894 "Shigu Chuli"
Murchungas with moderately soft midrange tongues have a fairly clean and uniform timbre and good sensitivity. The scatter between instances is quite noticeable in height and quality - from real pearls to frankly forking when you hit back. The most noticeable drawback is the specific geometry of the tongue elbow: the thin and rough tip causes a strong rustling from touching the finger (partially eliminated by polishing it) and the blows are convenient only towards you. On average, those Nepalese jews harps are worthy of attention (considering their cost), but they must be chosen personally.