A Kazakh band formed in 2014 that avails on electric versions of traditional instruments, Sharapat consist of a drummer, a bass dombra player, a lead dombra player and a singer who also plays jetigen.
Jetigen is a Kazakh many-stringed harp-like instrument that is similar to Russian gusli. Traditionally it had seven strings, but as time when by their number has grown to 23. Eventually
a contemporary version of the instrument appeared. It took 12 people, 4 month and spare parts from different counties to assemble the first ever electric jetigen in Moscow.
Electric jetigen was created by the same person who came up with electric versions of Kazakh dombras – Nurzhan Toishy.