â« ãDouble-layer 20-Tines Designã 20 Keys From G3 to E6 sequenced as the keys on a piano, wider range, easier to understand and practice. Unique double-layer design with a bigger gap between tines for easy and precise playing.
â« ãFlat Board Structure, Better Expression For The High Pitchesã Constructed from a single piece of solid koa wood, comparing to kalimbas with resonance box, this structure produces a brighter and purer sound, especially better expression of the higher pitches.
â« ãSelected Solid Mahogany with Delicate Finishingã Use selected mahogany tonewood to ensure a bright and crystal sound effect, using single wood board structure to give off a full and complete vibration. High-gloss finishing and beautiful solid wood texture makes this model looks and feels premium in quality.
â« ãBright and Clean Sound For Each Tineã Unlike the dull sound of the ending tines on normal structure kalimbas, this new double-layer design perfectly solved the ending tines problem on traditional kalimbas. Everyone key on this K20K model produces a clear and bright sound.
â« ãWith Learning Instruction and Professional Hardcaseã Small and Professional Kalimba Size with a professional hard case for easy carrying and storage. Learning instruction and song book are included. This is the perfect gift for music lovers, just grab the kalimba and get an easy start of your music journey.
ãDouble-layer 20 Tines Kalimbaã Double-layer Desgin with 20 Tines, The Same Sequence As The keys On Piano: G3-A3-B3-C4-D4-E4-F4-G4-A4-B4-C5-D5-E5-F5-G5-A5-B5-C6-D6-E6 from Left to Right. This arrangement makes the kalimba playing much easier to understand than common models. By applying this structure, we also Perfectly Solved The Common Dull Ending Tines Problem On Normal 17-key Kalimbas, making every tine on this model product bright and clean sound.
ãSolid Flatboard Kalimba Without Resonance BoxãSolid wood kalimba is constructed by a single piece of wood without resonance box, the resonance is made through the vibration of the whole solid wood board. This board structure without a resonance box makes a brighter and purer sound, so the expression of the higher pitches is much better.
-- Number of keys: 20 Tines
-- Instrument Key: C Major
-- Body Material: Mahogany Wood
-- Product Dimension: 183 x 128 x 17mm (7.2"x5.0"x0.7")
--1 x Moozica K20MS Kalimaba
--1 x Kalimba Learning Instruction(User Manual + Music Score)
--1 x Kalimba Close Bag
--1 x Tune Hammer and Finger Protectors
--1 x Special Designed Kalimba Hard Case
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