Soinari is made up of six reed pipes of different lengths sewn together with hemp and bark: the first pipe is considered to be the longest that produces deep sound. The second pipe is on the left side to it. It is shorter than the first one and produces a more high-pitched sound. The third pipe is on the right side of the first one. It is shorter than the second pipe and produces more high-pitched sound. In the region of Guria, it plays the role of the third part and the melody begins from the sound of this pipe. The fourth pipe is the pipe on the left side of the second one, is shorter than the third pipe and produces a more high-pitched sound. The fifth pipe is placed next to the third one. The sixth pipe is the last one on the left side of the instrument. It is the shortest one and produces the highest-pitched sound. The first longest pipe is acknowledged to be a chief pipe of the instrument.