The bouzouki is a musical instrument commonly associated with Greek folk music, but it is also found in other Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions. However, it is not typically associated with Syrian musical traditions. There might be regional variations or adaptations of the instrument in different countries, including Syria.
While there is limited information available specifically about the “Bouzouki Aawad Sama” made in Syria, it is likely a variant of the traditional Greek bouzouki with regional influences. It is important to note that the construction, design, and sound of bouzoukis can vary depending on the maker and the materials used.
While the bouzouki is not traditionally associated with Syrian musical traditions, it is possible that variations of the instrument have been developed in Syria to suit local musical styles and preferences. The “Bouzouki Aawad Sama” could be a specific model or variant made by a Syrian maker, reflecting regional adaptations or influences.