Sasando is one type of stringed instruments. However, which contrasted with other stringed instruments are the shape and tone resulting from this Sasando. Sasando derived from Rote Island, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.
The đàn gáo ("coconut shell lute") is a bowed string instrument, a part of the traditional Vietnamese orchestra. It originated in South Viet Nam. It can be played alone, as part of an orchestra, or to accompany cải lương (Vietnamese folk opera).