These jarana especiales feature an intricate and beautiful openwork wood design on the tops. They are made by our friend Miguel Ángel Bravo Hernández from “Instrumentos Miguel Ángel” in Tlacotalpan, Veracruz. The bodies are made out of a single, hollowed out piece of cedar with a rounded edge back. They are quality instruments made in the traditional form. They not only look good but they sound good too!
NOTE: These are handcrafted instruments and might not be identical to the image shown and are strung in the Tlacotalpan style of 4 courses GG, CC, EE, AA. Call to check availability of traditional strung jaranas.