17-note Kalimba

- Jul 10, 2018-

This 17-Note kalimba is tuned to C similar to several different brands of kalimba from China, but differs in three ways: different metal elements from new sources make this kalimba sound particularly sweet; heart-shaped sound The hole makes this kalimba special; kalimba can paint your tip with the color of your choice (or no color if you choose), and this form of painting will be the largest kalimba tablature and kalimba teaching material in the world. Match.

The heart-shaped sound hole represents my love for Kalimba – hope is yours too! The woodcut shadow of the heart echoes the image of dolphins and birds, representing a wild and free life. The woodcut stars represent the sparkle of everyone, the shining future, the hope of all the creatures on our planet, and your kalimba!

The sharp teeth are drawn to make reading kalimba tablature a simple and enjoyable task. We now have three tutorial downloads available only for 17-Note kalimba in C.

Although the 17 notes of this kalimba may be overwhelming for beginners, the instrument can be simplified by “blocking” the seven notes above, leaving the center 10 notes and using the 10-Note kalimba teaching material.

Portable 17 Keys Thumb Piano Finger Kalimba

Therefore, I can recommend this kalimba for almost everyone – suitable for beginners, intermediate players and advanced players.

Although the kalimba is the same size as the Hugh Tracey Treble kalimba, it is made of thinner wood and therefore slightly smaller than Hugh Tracey, so it may be easier for smaller people to handle. The tines are softer and thinner metal, which means that if you are a beginner, this is easier on the thumb. Although the sound is beautiful, it is still a bit small compared to Hugh Tracey kalimba.

Paint options: We draw 6 points on these kalimbass, if you want to use Kalimba Magic books or downloads, this is what you need. If you want to use only 5 painted tines to use the Chinese teaching system, you need a different painting system – ask for it in the comments when you check out. If you don’t paint kalimba, you can mark the color with Sharpie, but you want it. Or, if you get the Double Tine painting system (in two different colors), you can use Kalimba Magic and Chinese teaching materials.

Edit by Bonnie

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