Donner DKL-17 17-Key Mahogany Kalimba/Thumb Piano w/Tuning Hammer

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    Donner 17 Key Kalimba Thumb Piano
    The kalimba is an African musical instrument consisting of a wooden board (often hollowed for resonance) with attached staggered metal tines. The instrument is played by holding it in your hands and plucking the tines with your thumbs. It’s that simple. The kalimba is classified as a lamellophone, and an idiophone.
    Playing the Kalimba
    Playing kalimba is just plain fun! The kalimba is a simple and approachable instrument, and it is not difficult to make a nice sound. It is great for introducing small children to the world of music.
    The Kalimba is a Living, Breathing Music Box and the Perfect Gift
    The kalimba is reminiscent of the sound of an antique music box, and its music can be nostalgic, sweet, and sometimes bittersweet.
    Standard C Tuning
    This kalimba is tuned to C: 1(D), 2(B), 3(G), 4(E), 5(C5), 6(A), 7(F), 8(D), 9(C4), 10(E), 11(G), 12(B), 13(D), 14(F), 15(A), 16(C6), 17(E)
    Durable Carrying Case
    The 600D oxford waterproof kalimba bag lets you easily carry the kalimba and tuning hammer and protect kalimba from getting wet, damaged, or scratched. The PVC inner layer of the bag protects the tuning hammer from damage.
    Solid Mahogany
    Unlike other inexpensive thumb pianos, the Donner kalimba is made of a solid mahogany resonance box and carbon steel keys that provide a drastically better sound. Each kalimba has been rigorously tuned before packaging, to ensure the tone is perfect when you get it.
    Donner 17-Key Kalimba Thumb Piano
    The kalimba is a simple and elegant instrument, and the more you gently explore its tonalities, the more you will be rewarded.

    Kalimba Tuning 101

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