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Cool clear tones reflecting nature's energy and rhythms. Whether you are a beginner musician or a professional musician, this is the instrument for you!

Mahogany thumb piano, 4.9" x 6.9", 10 steel keys.

The thumb piano originates in Africa. It is also known as the mbira, kalimba or likembe. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber.

To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. Then pluck the keys with your thumbs.

The longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. The keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

Cool clear tones reflecting nature's energy and rhythms. Whether you are a beginner musician or a professional musician, this is the instrument for you!

Mahogany thumb piano, 4.9" x 6.9", 10 steel keys.

The thumb piano originates in Africa. It is also known as the mbira, kalimba or likembe. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber.

To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. Then pluck the keys with your thumbs.

The longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. The keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

Cool clear tones reflecting nature's energy and rhythms. Whether you are a beginner musician or a professional musician, this is the instrument for you!

Mahogany thumb piano, 4.9" x 6.9", 17 steel keys.

The thumb piano originates in Africa. It is also known as the mbira, kalimba or likembe. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber.

To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. Then pluck the keys with your thumbs.

The longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. The keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

Cool clear tones reflecting nature's energy and rhythms. Whether you are a beginner musician or a professional musician, this is the instrument for you!

Mahogany thumb piano, 4.9" x 6.9", 10 steel keys.

The thumb piano originates in Africa. It is also known as the mbira, kalimba or likembe. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber.

To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. Then pluck the keys with your thumbs.

The longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. The keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

Red cedar and lacewood thumb piano, 5" x 7", 17 steel keys and two vibrato holes on the back. It has a rounded back.

The thumb piano originates in Africa. It is also known as the mbira, kalimba or likembe. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber.

To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. Cover the vibrato holes with your fingers. Then pluck the keys with your thumbs. As you play you can un-cover and cover the vibrato holes as you like. Many different tunings are acceptable, according to personal preference. Specific tuning of a thumb piano is only an issue when two instruments are played together; then they should generally agree in tuning. Otherwise, the tuning is subjective and should only be pleasing to the player.

The longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. The keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

Red cedar thumb piano, with solid spruce soundboard. There are 17 steel keys and two vibrato holes on the back. 5" x 7"
The thumb piano originates in Africa. It is also known as the mbira, kalimba or likembe. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber. To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. Cover the vibrato holes with your fingers. Then pluck the keys with your thumbs. As you play you can un-cover and cover the vibrato holes as you like. Many different tunings are acceptable, according to personal preference. Specific tuning of a thumb piano is only an issue when two instruments are played together; then they should generally agree in tuning. Otherwise, the tuning is subjective and should only be pleasing to the player. The longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. The keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

BLEMISHED: Red cedar thumb piano, with solid spruce soundboard. There are 17 steel keys and two vibrato holes on the back. 5" x 7"
The thumb piano originates in Africa. It is also known as the mbira, kalimba or likembe. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber. To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. Cover the vibrato holes with your fingers. Then pluck the keys with your thumbs. As you play you can un-cover and cover the vibrato holes as you like. Many different tunings are acceptable, according to personal preference. Specific tuning of a thumb piano is only an issue when two instruments are played together; then they should generally agree in tuning. Otherwise, the tuning is subjective and should only be pleasing to the player. The longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. The keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

The solid lacewood tuner has a, notched, brass end to fit over the keys of the kalimba. The solid lacewood hammer has a brass head to tap the tuner.

This set makes tuning your Kalimba as easy as tap, tap, tap. The perfect gift for any kalimba player.

Thumb Piano Replacement Keys, 17 pcs. There are 17 metal keys; approximately 2.72 inches (69 mm), 2.8 inches (71 mm), 2.83 inches (72 mm), 2.95 inches (75 mm), 2.99 inches (76 mm), 3.03 inches (77 mm), 3.07 inches (78 mm), 3.15 inches (80 mm), 3.23 inches (82 mm), 3.31 inches (84 mm), 3.43 inches (87 mm), 3.46 inches (88 mm), 3.54 inches (90 mm), 3.66 inches (93 mm), 3.82 inches (97 mm), 3.86 inches (98 mm), 3.94 inches (100 mm) long, 4/16 wide (6.35 mm), and 0.037 of an inch thick (.94 MM).

Once installed, the kalimba keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

Known for his ability to play melody, bass and rhythm simultaneously, Kevin Spears through his unique fusion of folk, world, rock and electronic music has created the Kevin Spears Pro Kalimba to meet and exceed the highest of musical possibilities through this seemingly simple instrument. Includes two batteries.

Innovative features built into the Kevin Spears Pro Kalimba include:

* electric pickup, preamp, built-in eq and volume control for amplification, utilizing guitar pedals, sound effects, looping, etc.

* 23 key expanded layout for greater tonal choices and possibilities

* Tunable to any key or scale

* 5-octave extended range

* Tunable note range from Low C-1 bass notes up to G-5

* Incorporates a Kevin Spears custom tuning which allows player to polyphonically play bass and melody simultaneously

* Reinforced side walls for playing percussive rhythms on the instrument

* Designed for great tone whether as an acoustic or electric instrument

* Built in EQ with standard 1/4 inch jack

Note: The unit is switched ON by plugging audio cable into jack. To preserve battery life, when not in use, do not leave the cable plugged in. Unit has a pre-amp and if left plugged in, the battery power will drain.

Cool clear tones reflecting nature's energy and rhythms. Whether you are a beginner musician or a professional musician, this is the instrument for you!

Mahogany thumb piano, 4.9" x 6.9", 10 steel keys.

The thumb piano originates in Africa. It is also known as the mbira, kalimba or likembe. The metal keys are mounted on a wooden box that acts as the resonating chamber.

To play, rest the thumb piano on the fingers of both hands and hold it between your palms. Then pluck the keys with your thumbs.

The longer keys have lower pitches and shorter keys have higher pitches. The keys can be adjusted by tapping them in or out to adjust their length, and therefore their pitch.

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