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We dare to say that Mbira lovers will most likely be euphoric and delighted when they get their hands on this masterpiece.
The flawless resonance body made of well stored Kiaat wood, the built-in rattles and the 24 lamellas made of high-quality elastic stainless steel are not only a fine eye-catcher, but also offer an incredible sound experience. Here you can clearly recognize the excellent craftsmanship of generations and sense the eventful history of this mature instrument.
This Mbira belongs on a stage, because the melodic and rhythmic range that you can draw out of it should delight many hearts! Of course you can also improvise on a small scale with this Mbira or simply enjoy its wide variety and its outstanding quality.
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)
The package includes:
- authenticity certificate
- care instructions
- laminated coloured fingering chart/sound overview
- acrylic stand
Kalimba Tuning - Simple and Efficient!
Anyone who plays a Kalimba regularly will certainly have noticed that the instrument begins to sound "inharmonic" or "weird" over time. Then the moment has come when you ask yourself, "What's going on here and how can I bring it back to its original condition?"
From the toy section to the stage: How the Kalimba became famous in the US and Europe
Looking at the European museum catalogue for musical instruments MIMO (Musical Instrument Museums Online), one can find almost 170 musical instruments under the keyword “lamellaphones in Africa”. Thereby one is often very different from another one.
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