The charango is a small ten string Andean musical instrument from the lute family that originated from South America. When the Spaniards arrived in South America, they brought with them the vihuela.What are the ramifications of the charango tuning?
The ramifications of the charango tuning are that there is a very narrow tonal range in most chords, often with many pitch duplications, which produces a surprisingly powerful sound from the small instrument. Seventh and ninth chords shimmer more than on a guitar due to the close harmonies.What are the strings on a charango made of?
The tuning of the charango is done using five pairs (or courses) of strings, normally tuned GCEAE. The strings are made from both metal-wound and nylon (sometimes a combination of nylon and tradition gut strings, Nylgut).What is a ch changango?
"...In Argentina they speak of the Charango, a guitar with five doubled strings and a body made from the shell of an Armadillo. Nevertheless, the small Spanish-American guitar has been known by the name changango for more than one hundred years.