This instrument is very much similar to the ney-e jofti. In fact, the structure of the ney-e taki is exactly similar to that of the ney-e jofti. The only difference is that the ney-e taki has only one pipe, whereas the ney-e jofti is a double piped reed. As a result, the sound volume of the ney-taki is less than that of the ney-e jofti. Also, the sound quality of these two instruments is little different. The ney-e taki is played mostly in southern parts of Iran and the Persian Gulf shores.