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Ash Soundwave -Monochord and Drum - 3 version

$5,599.00

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The Soundwave in Ash combines a 40 string monochord with a 4 toned bass tongue drum, and a gently curved surface in which to recline. It was invented by feeltone’s Ingo Böhme in 2003 and today is known and used worldwide. Recline in the curvy Soundwave to enjoy a full-body experience of sound, vibration, and sound massage. Used for meditation, relaxation, therapy treatments, massage.

Quality: Hand Crafted in Germany 

Strings and Tuning:  

The Monochord has 21 overtone strings in c, 15 bass strings in C, 4 extra thick bass strings in C.

The  Bass Tongue Drum has 4 tones in A, B, d, e.

KLW-E Soundwave with a curved surface. 

  • Dimension overall  74.8'' x 29.2'' x 22.9''
  • Ergonomic reclining area: 53.1'' x 24.8'' fits a standard yoga matt

KLW-E70 Soundwave with curved , extra-wide surface. 

  • Dimension overall  74.8'' x 29.2'' x 22.9''
  • Ergonomic reclining area: 53.1'' x 28", 4 inch wider as the standard model

KLW-GE Soundwave , flat surface with facehole

  • Dimension overall  74.8'' x 29.2'' x 22.9''
  • Ergonomic reclining area:70" x 28" as wide as the extra wide curved model
  • allows the client to lay facedown utilizing the facehole of the surface

 

Dimensions: 75 x 28 x 25 inches. It was designed so you can drape a standard-sized yoga mat on the surface. reclining dimensions - 53 x 25 inches 


Materials: The body is made of beech wood, and the sounding panels are made of sustainable ash wood.

Includes: Mallet, tuning key, tuner, replacement strings, and hygrometer.

Training:  Free 30 minute online training included with your purchase.

Accessories for Purchase

  • Clip-on table for Singing Bowls and Kalimbas
  • Transport device
  • Stool

What our clients are saying:

"At the Hospital [where] I am working, I had the possibility to work with the sound wave with stroke patients and patients that had surgery. The patients with limbs that were numb who did get treatment with the Sound wave recovered faster and regained permanent sensibility in their limbs much faster than patients that were not treated."

Music Therapist, Music Fair Frankfurt.

 

 

 

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