What it is
This is a Zhongruan made from Cao Huali Wood by Liang Hao. The frets are made of a composite material that is as durable as metal frets but produce a sound that is not too metallic. This model gives a warm and clear tone. This model is an upgrade over the basswood model in terms of clarity, sweetness of tone and volume. The playability is excellent, making it a favourite among students in secondary and primary school orchestras.
Lianghao is a maker that we have been working with for sometime. He studied under popular Zhongruan maker Song Guang Ning for sometime and ventured out on his own. His instruments have an uncanny resemblance to Song’s. The tone of his instruments are comparable to Song’s at a fraction of its price.
At a glance
A warm and clear Zhongruan with excellent playability, an upgrade over from the basswood model by the same maker.
- Professional ruan musicians
- Students in secondary and primary school orchestras
Why you should buy it
- The composite frets offer durability without an overly metallic sound
- Excellent playability with a warm and clear tone
- Improved clarity, sweetness and volume
About the Maker
Liang Hao is a famous Chinese Instrument Maker from Beijing, China. His most sought after instruments include the Zhongruan and Liuqin. He was the student of Song Guang Ning, another Chinese Instrument Maker. Liang Hao’s instruments are very bold and resonant but retains their clarity. Together with his teacher, they have researched and improved upon older models of the Zhongruan and Liuqin, making them ever more resonant.
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