Baglama, or "saz" in other words, is a folk instrument. The instrument has a history of approximately 1000 years, starting from the migration and spreading of Turks in Anatolia. For centuries, bards have reflected the emotions of the public through baglama, and it has become one of the most noble of instruments as it evolved during the performances of the artists in the traditional weddings. Meanwhile, the instruments popularity spread from Asia to Anatolia, to the Thrace and even to some parts of the Europe.
In addition to the chromatic tones baglama possesses, Volko Baglama also supports coma sounds. Volko Baglama includes individual baglama voices as well as chordal sounds.