เครื่องดนตรีพื้นบ้านไทย ภาคใต้
Central South
เครื่องดนตรีพื้นบ้านไทย ภาคเหนือ เครื่องดนตรีพื้นบ้านไทย ภาคอีสาน
North Northeast
 
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Salor
Sueng
Khlui
Pi
Nae
Phin Pia
Glong Teng Thing
Ta Lod Pod
Klong Ting Nong
Klong Sabad Chai

 
   
Sa-lor or Ta-lor
is a bowed string instring instrument with a free bow. The resonator is made of coconut shell cut off on one side,
Sueng
is a plucked string instrument, made of teak or hardwood. around sound hole is cut on the top sound board.
       
Khlui
The same as khlui in central.
Pi
a bamboo single metal reed oboe with six sound pitches played by blowing
       
Pi nae
a kind of double reed oboe looks like the Saranai or Chani but bigger in size; its made of wood usually accompany the big gong,
Phin-pia or Phin-phia
or sometimes simply called "pia" or "phia". The body is made from a coconut shell.
       
Glong Teng Thing
Klong Teng-thing is a two faced tabular drum and used as one of percussive instrument
Ta-lod-pod
or Ma-lod-pod is a two-faced tubular drum of 100 centimeters long.
       
Klong Ting Nong
The biggest and longest drum with onc face made of hide about 3-4 metres long
Klong Sa Bad Chai
The most famous drum in northern, hanging on the double wooden bars carried by men
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
 
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