if so why is it Haram and with a best proof that specifies that string instruments are haram the problem i face is my islamic friend sees me as a wrong doer when i do this
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Peace and blessings upon you my brother, I trust that you are in good health.
The Almighty has blessed all of us with different talents, as long as it’s not hurtful to anyone, does not inflict pain or cause harm, and does not become an addiction - I can’t see anything wrong personally, Dawood AS (David-book of psalms) was one of the prophets - whom was also mentioned in the Quran, along with David- book of psalms, Moses - Tora, Jesus - Bible, known as Dawood, Moosa, and Isa (AS)
Dawood was blessed with the most melodious voice, if this was wrong, I don’t think God would have allowed it.
The Quran does not specifically mention instruments or music being bad, however if your tune is played along side lyrics that are harmful, or have illicit content, I can see where the concern stems from, do not encourage your tunes to be played against that, there are lots of music today that leads you astray from your creator and belief in GOD, listen to what you you playing too, and make a decision from there, may the Almighty guide us all in this world.
I hope this helps