New Tongue Drum 10″ Mini Steel Percussion Instrument with FREE padded travel bag
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Compact tongue drum size with a melodious sound! Dimensions: 10″ wide x 6″ high. HAPI Drum uses a unique mixture of alloying elements in our musical steel drum to achieve the best sound possible.
D Akebono Pentatonic Scale (D4, E4, F4, A4, Bb4, D5, E5, F5). There are no wrong notes, play any note in any order and our tongue drum sounds great!
Effortless to play! An intuitive arrangement to the drum notes makes it easy to explore new musical horizons.
HAPI Steel Tongue Drums are used by professional musicians, recording studios, music therapists, and yoga studios worldwide.
Includes: HAPI Steel Tongue Drum. Mallets. Travel Bag.
HAPI Drum Mini *SOUND SAMPLES – search for “HAPI Drum, Steel Tongue Drum” on YouTube to hear our drums* This is our smallest and most compact steel tongue drum. Anyone who wants an easy to play intuitive instrument can enjoy this steel drum. You don’t need a musical background to play it! Ideal for jamming and playing percussive beats. The strong meditative tones are calming and great for relaxing. Take it outside to enjoy on a nature hike or around the campfire. The bottom port helps let the sound out to fill the room and the rubber feet allow it to be set on any surface for play. Attractive and durable protective powder coat finish inside and out. HAPI Drum dimensions: 10″ wide x 6″ high. Scale: D Akebono. Scale: D Akebono Pentatonic (D4, E4, F4, A4, Bb4, D5, E5, F5). The Akebono scale originates from Japan. It produces a meditative/exotic sound. It sounds great played with Western and Eastern instruments. The word “pentatonic” comes from the Greek word pente meaning five and tonic meaning tone. It is a musical scale that consists of five notes within one octave. Because of their arrangement, pentatonic scales are often used to introduce beginners to music. There are no wrong notes, play any note in any order and this drum will sound great! Playing with mallets: Our mallets are designed to create a very clear tone. When using mallets, hold the mallet lightly and let it drop onto the note. This creates the ideal tone. Playing with hands: Like all musical instruments, it takes practice to learn. To achieve the hand playing technique, use the pad of only one finger to strike the note. Use a wrist motion to slap the finger off of the note. Start learning on the largest notes and then once you have good technique, move to practicing on the smaller notes. Most people take a few days to a week of daily practice to get the hand playing technique.
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