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The full and loud sound of the Vargan Sysyuk Konung is rich in fine overtones. It can be played fabulously in both directions - even in alternating beats - and reproduces modulations by mouth, tongue, larynx and breath very cleanly. The tongue resonates rather medium-long, which allows percussive playing, despite the low fundamental tone, within the diverse sound spectrum. A wonderful instrument for improvising! Of course, the new Vargan by Sysyuk is precisely handcrafted, because the master knows his profession. The frame comes in a chic design and is burnished black.
By the way: Mikhail Sysyuk, who studied linguistics and is a master blacksmith, learned to love metal in a car workshop where he worked for a long time before his studies. Today he lives more than 1,000 km east of Irkutsk in the very small town of Darassun, where he handles the steel for his Jaw Harps with passion and precision.
Although he became enthusiastic about Jaw Harps and especially Gotovtsev's Yakutian Khomus quite early, he did not make his first Jaw Harp until he was almost 30 years old. At first, he made them only sporadically and sold them in a handicrafts shop in the nearest city, Chita. It was not until 2016 that the Jaw Harp world became aware of his excellent Vargans, during a Jaw Harp competition in Moscow. Since then, Sysyuk's Jaw Harps have enjoyed great popularity and are the talk of the town in Russia. And we are happy that we have these wonderful Vargans in our assortment.
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