(from the article `African music`) ...1353) may have originated in ancient Egypt. The khalam is claimed to be the ancestor of the banjo. Another long-necked lute is the ramkie of South ...
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The Ramkie (also called an Afri-can) is a type of guitar usually made in South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Malawi. It is made using a discarded oil can (or similar) for the soundbox. The strings are made of fishing wire or bicycle brake wire. Some versions are made with 6 strings like a regular guitar, but most are made with 3 or 4, and
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