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The guzheng is a type of zither, a distant cousin of the guitar. Unlike the guitar, the guzheng is played on its back, usually while sitting. The guzheng also has 21 strings and bridges that can be adjusted to produce different pitches. The instrument has been around for over 2000 years and is considered a staple of Chinese folkloric and traditional music. It is unsurprisingly not the easiest instrument to learn.