The jedinka, or žveglica, is a single-pipe instrument usually made of elder wood or hazel-wood, although other types of wood can also be used, such as plum, maple, or cherry.
Mih, mjeh, diplas with a barrel or only diplas are different names for almost an identical instrument that was once played in the region from Istria to Lika, in Dalmatian Zagora and on the Dalmatian islands, all the way to Herzegovina. The mih is made of tanned goat or sheep skin, a dulca or channel through which air is blown and a chanter or dipla on which the player plays. Inside the mih, there are two reeds on the chanter. The mih has no drone or bordun like the bagpipes and the duda. Although mihs from various regions seem very similar, they are different, mostly because of the blowpipe, i.e. the number and position of holes, the position of the blowpipe and some other tiny details and decorations.
Banija pipes are a very interesting instrument similar to the sopila and the roženica. This instrument has double reeds and a conical bore just like the sopila and roženica.