The lotar is another gunbri-like lute from the Rwais tribe in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco.
This type has 2, 3 or 4 nylon strings, with large round tuning pegs. The neck is turned on a lathe and usually painted with rings in bright colours - green, yellow, red and black. The body is made from a piece of wood, or a coconut, or any other bowl shaped object.
The lotar is usually played by a duo, which also includes a rebab, a one string spike fiddle.