katyrow wrote:Winemaker wrote: the sitar he sells was actually made from Nitai. So if anyone got experience on his instruments i would aporeciate it
Pushpraj Koshti has been seen playing a Nitai Chandra surbahar. The Nitai "pro" model is more expensive than Waseem's, and his "standard" is around the same price or perhaps a little higher that Waseem's. I've never played one, but they look to be very high quality. Sitarsencat, a very reputable retailer, sells them. But if your seller wants to sell you a Nitai Chandra, it ain't the one in the ad.
I asked him for some more pictures, he actually told me he got 2 surbahars made from Nitai, So let's hope the pictures he show me next corroborates that is a Surbahar made from him. I think he is a trusty seller, He is also a well known teacher in the area, so I don't think he would try to cheat on me. But just to clear the situation I asked him some pictures from the other surbahar he got on sale.
Thanks for taking the time to answer, I will post some pictures later tonight.