Donner Kalimba 10 Key Thumb Piano Solid Finger Piano Mahogany Body with Case, DKL-10

SKU: EC1076
Country: UK
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The kalimba is an African musical instrument consisting of a wooden board (often collated with a resonator) with attached staggered metal tines, played by holding the instrument in the hands and plucking the tines with the thumbs. Just need to use two thumbs play to make a sound. The kalimba is produced classified as part of the lamellaphone family, and part of the idiophone family of musical instruments.

Solid Mahogany Wood

Unlike other cheap thumb pianos, Donner kalimba use a high quality solid mahogany wood making of a resonance box and carbon steel making of keys that provides a better sound. Each product has been rigorously tuned before packaging, to ensure the tone is great. And the tone is the same as a piano, for international standard C tune.

Small Size

This 10 key Kalimba is very little size and come with the carry bag so that you can carry it every where you go, use it to travel the leisure time.
1(E), 2(C5), 3(A), 4(F), 5(D), 6(C4), 7(E), 8(G), 9(B), 10(D), international standard C tune.
Key Material: Carbon Steel

10 Key Kalimba

  • Resonant Box Material: AAA Solid Mahogany
  • Dimension: 20.5 X 16.5 X 5.5CM
  • Tonality: C Key
  • The Number of Keys: 10 Keys
    Package Included
  • 1 x Donner DKL-10 Kalimba
  • 1 x Tuning Tool
  • 1 x Carry Bag
  • 1 x User Manual

How to Tune Kalimba

To tune a kalimba is to actually adjust tines so they have the exact sound they are supposed to, according to which note a tine is designated to play.
1: Tuner:
You can use a real tuner or download an App.
Android system app: gStrings, Apple system app: Instuner.

2. Tune with harmmer:
Making tines longer (from the point where they are held down on the bridge) will lower their pitch, and making them shorter will make their pitch higher.

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