Jew’s harp Uranus
Enjoy a wonderful drumbl’a created by the Ural master, Dmitry Glazyrin. It pleases with its vibrations and a sense of power spreading throughout the body. The sound of the instrument is dense, saturated with medium and high overtones. Uranus is distinguished by an even, rather restrained and serious sound with a relatively low fundamental frequency. The instrument is equipped with a hard and heavy tongue, which is convenient to play in any direction with maximum control. High sensitivity of it is achieved due to extremely small, almost imperceptible gaps. You get a balanced and confidently calm harmony.
The drumbl’a us pretty undemanding to the accuracy of the play; it responds well to articulation. Due to the medium stiffness of a tongue, direct and inverse triplets are well obtained. Uranus is symmetrical in two-way performance and is convenient to play at any pace.
Moreover, this drumbl’a is beautiful: it immediately attracts attention with its unusual shape inspired by sacred geometry - an eight-pointed star. Of course, this is not its only feature: it is very convenient to hold the instrument in your hand, which allows you to firmly press the frame to your teeth without applying extra effort. And there is also one interesting detail: the upper frame forms a loop, allowing you to thread a cord into it, on which you can wear a harp on your neck.
Main features of Uranus
- It is balanced and its volume is easily adjustable.
- The drumbl’a is suitable for both measured and high-speed style.
- Pleasantly weighty resilient and supple tongue.
- Excellent low-mid-frequency harp of excellent quality at a reasonable price.
- It sounds voluminously mesmerizing and is beautiful and original.
When you receive it, get ready for a great new experience of producing the echoing rumbles of a distant thunderstorm and the roar of a steel mill!
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|Dimensions||113 × 52 × 4 mm|
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