|Taishōgoto, Bulbul tarang, Benju|
The akkordolia is a zither from Germany and Austria, consisting of a long box, with the strings being pressed against the fretboard by pressing down buttons from above, similar to the Japanese taishogoto. One row of buttons changes the melody, and the other row of buttons can change the chord which backs the melody.
- Ulrich, Wilfried. "Mountain Dulcimer Relatives Worldwide: The Taishokoto in Japan". Mel Bay's Dulcimer Sessions. Retrieved 11 October 2014.
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