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The Pro 24 is the most affordable of the three Gonamombe Concert Mbiras with 24 lamellas.
The three models differ only in the material of the lamellas. The 24 lamellas of this Mbira model are made of high-tensile steel. In comparison, this steel is slightly less elastic than the other two steel types and not stainless, which requires a little more care.
The resonance body made of well stored Kiaat wood (Wild Teak), as well as the integrated rattling effects take the player on a sonic journey. For the virtuoso Mbira professional a very own musical cosmos opens up into unexpected and inspiring expanses.
The lamellas are tuned to whole tones, but can be retuned or fine-tuned with a small hammer:
G2 - B2 - C3 - D3 - E3 - F3 - G3 - A3 - B3 - C4 - D4 - E4 - F4 - G4 - A4 - B4 - C5 - D5 - E5 - F5 - G5 - A5
(see also fingering chart at the product images)
High-quality workmanship and clean sound convince with this professional Mbira.
The package includes:
- authenticity certificate
- care instructions
- laminated coloured fingering chart/tones overview
- acrylic stand
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