INDIAN MUSIC FORUM ARCHIVES: Sitar Forum: A New Instrument Website

 

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K.K.
A New Instrument Website Feb 13, 2004 04:01 p.m.


Hi All:
As most of the Sitar Forum members know, last year Tony K. moved to India to set up shop, and now his website is up. I'm not posting this as an advertisement, I just want everyone at the Sitar Forum to be able to enjoy some incredible photos he has on the site. Click on the "Museum" link - there are some never-before-seen photos of rare and vintage instruments (including Raviji's sitars made by Nodu Mullick) that you could study for hours. The museum will be an ever expanding feature of the site, with more photos to come.
Have fun
www.karaseksound.com
Matt
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 13, 2004 06:08 p.m.


Check out the E-sitar with the Ric body - cool!
pb
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 13, 2004 06:11 p.m.


Cool site, KK. Tony K has a number of cool design features. He is obviously very passionate about this. I can't imagine picking up and moving my family there, very impressive. I wonder if he is a member of this forum...

pb


K.K. (Feb 13, 2004 04:03 p.m.):
Hi All:
As most of the Sitar Forum members know, last year Tony K. moved to India to set up shop, and now his website is up. I'm not posting this as an advertisement, I just want everyone at the Sitar Forum to be able to enjoy some incredible photos he has on the site. Click on the "Museum" link - there are some never-before-seen photos of rare and vintage instruments (including Raviji's sitars made by Nodu Mullick) that you could study for hours. The museum will be an ever expanding feature of the site, with more photos to come.
Have fun
www.karaseksound.com
Neal
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 13, 2004 11:01 p.m.


Looks great... My question is how can instruments of that expressed level of quality be so inexpensive?

Neal

Neal
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 13, 2004 10:38 p.m.


Looks great... My question is how can instruments of that expressed level of quality be so inexpensive?

Neal

pb
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 14, 2004 12:00 a.m.


Maybe they don't include the case? Shipping has to be $300+, so they have to be close to everything else over here. They look good, but who knows what they sound like.
Pb


Neal (Feb 13, 2004 11:01 p.m.):
Looks great... My question is how can instruments of that expressed level of quality be so inexpensive?

Neal


Jan
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 14, 2004 06:51 a.m.


If you add expenses for shipping and insuranse, and a fiberglass case, you will come close. But they sure look good.

The rickenbacker sitar is cool, if you dont have anything better to do start on the to of the list og http://www.oddmusic.com you will find some truly amazing stuff. . )

jan

Jan
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 14, 2004 09:07 a.m.



Jan (Feb 14, 2004 06:51 a.m.):
If you add expenses for shipping and insuranse, and a fiberglass case, you will come close. But they sure look good.

The rickenbacker sitar is cool, if you dont have anything better to do start on the to of the list og http://www.oddmusic.com you will find some truly amazing stuff. . )

jan


Looks like i left out some letters. anyways the site is really interesting a long time winner with some really obscure instruments...

Jan

tarsi
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 14, 2004 03:28 p.m.


That museum is nice - especially the four tomba 100+ string special sitar .....
jaym
Re:A New Instrument Website Feb 15, 2004 07:37 p.m.


I am actually beginning the process of buying one of his VK model sitars. Tony and I have e-mailed back and forth and so far, he has been helpful and seems genuine about his instrument. I think a case plus shipping will add another $250 to the total......That is still a great deal if his sitars are as well constructed as advertised!

Stay tuned......

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