ー 6 scale model ( P6 ) ー
I will manufacture after receiving your order.
Please select the color and pitch (key) and add it to your cart.
For other custom orders, please refer to the custom items and add them to your cart.
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|price||$195 ( USD ) ＊ free shipping|
|accessories||Mallet (ｘ2)、swimming cap、tuning magnet (x3) 、|
It will be manufactured after receiving an order (approximate delivery time is about 2 weeks to 1 month). *Subject to order status
～ “Ryukyu Scale” with tropical atmosphere ～
The biggest advantage is that there are only 6 sounds.
6 sounds is enough
Although it is not suitable for playing melodies, it is useful for “enjoying the sound freely” and “playing an accompaniment role” when performing in an ensemble with other instruments.
Easy-to-use pentatonic scale
Metal slit drums have a long lingering sound, and the sounds tend to overlap.
The fewer sounds, the clearer the outline of each sound.
The impression of the sound changes greatly depending on how you use it.
The swimming cap mute and “electronic sound” with sticky notes can be applied to other types, but this type, which has a clear outline of the sound, is the most effective and enjoyable.
Since the “pentatonic scale” is the basis, it will be musically established no matter how you play it.
Even beginners can enjoy the finest tones just by “lightly touching” the tone plates.
Of course, there is no problem even if you do not have “knowledge of sheet music”.
The base scale is the “Ryukyu Scale”, which originated from the southern island of Japan, “Okinawa”.
By using the included tuning magnets, it is possible to easily transition to the “major pentatonic scale” and “minor pentatonic scale” (each scale is marked, so just attach a magnet to the mark). ).
If you attach a magnet to the part other than the mark, you can enjoy the sound away from the scale.
Since the output jack is equipped as standard, the possibilities of performance are greatly expanded, such as playing by connecting to an effector or amplifier.
In addition, the fact that there are only 6 notes makes it possible to respond to various custom orders.
Basic scale (Ryukyu scale)
electronic sound using post-it
Even if the scale is the same, different keys give different impressions.
I tried playing with changing the tone
Both are in the “C” key, but the orange one is an octave higher than the silver one.
The seat used in the video is also an accessory for the instrument.