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Greetings dear friends, thank you very much for kind regards. According to your requests, we have added chords for Chromatic Panduri (Classic one with 12 frets). We tried our best to present this system of chords in easy and clear way, that will help you learn playing on Panduri as well as tuning it.

How to set up Panduri correct tune:
Put “Djoraki” on the marked place of Panduri.

If Panduri is not marked you’ll have to tune instrument by ear hearing. You have to take octave (just slide finger on string) in 12th fret without pushing any string along and then sliding finger on string in 12th fret pushed on strings, produced sound must be similar with the earlier produced sound.

There may be some panduris that do not match exactly with established design rules. In this case you can use very easy method to solve this problem. First measure the distance between the first and 12th fret, the same distance have to be between 12th fret and djoraki. Then mark and fix djoarki on its place. After it you can check the sound by ear if it is tuned correctly.

The tuning of strings from below to up is “E - Mi”, “C# - Do#”, “A - La”. The sound of strings must coincide with the proper key on Piano. If the note is taken correctly then Panduri is ready to be used. You can use computer software for tuning like AP Tuner 3.07-ს.

We have used latin capital letters for digital names of Panduri chords that are added with extra symbols to express the sound character. Usually, these letters refer to notes as it is shown:
C - do D -re, E -mi, F - fa, G -sol, A - la, B -si. The figures on schems refer to number of frets.

# - increases sound of all notes by half tone.
b – decreases sound of all notes by half tone.

Panduri Chords have different sound. They have extra symbols and digits that define the character of sounding:
C – Do major – means major sounding without adding extra symbols. Major is the chord of cheerful genre.
Cm – extra sign - „m“ mieans that the chord is minor. Used for sad genres.
C7 - Major seventh (seventh chord)
Cm7 – Minor seventh (seventh chord)

Basic Chords
- Indicates chord scheme, which string have to be pushed on definite fret. The finger have to be pushed so that pushing angle above griff must be about perpendicular not to touch other strings that will result in sound suppression.

La major - when the strings are not pushed at all.
B - 2 fret
C - 3 fret
D - 5 fret
E - 7 fret
F - 8 fret
G - 10 fret
A - 12 fret


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