Sound box and Neck: Oregon Pine
Type of Wood: Naranjillo
Soundhole: Oval Shaped
Tuning Pins: Metallic Material
Bridge: Bolivian Jacaranda and bone frets.
General Features: Halfboard
Tuning: Typically tuned GCEAE. All ten strings are tuned inside one octave. The five pairs of courses or strings are pitched as follows (from 5th to 1st course): gg cc eE aa ee.) It usually has 5 charango strings and 5 guitar strings.
Length: 75 cm (29.53")
Width: 25 cm (9.84").
The ronroco is a larger relative of the charango, in Bolivia, a ronroco is an octave down from a charango, with its distinctive shape and sound, it is a traditional Andean stringed instrument of the lute family. Developed in Bolivia by Gonzalo Hermosa a member of the famous Group Kjarkas, is well known within the musicians and string instrument lovers.