Padouk Soundwave - Monochord and Drum - 2 version
The Padouk Soundwave combines a 40 string monochord with a 4 toned bass tongue drum, and a gentle 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:
Monochord 40 strings: 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.
Available in two sizes
- Standard: size 75 x 30 x 23 inches. Reclining area 53 x 25.
- Extra wide: 3 inches wider than standard size 75 x 33 x 23 inches. Reclining area 54x28
Designed so you can drape a standard-sized yoga mat on the surface.
Materials: The body is made of beech wood, and the sounding panels are made of sustainably harvested Padoukwood.
Includes: Mallet, tuning key, tuner, replacement strings, and hygrometer.
Training: Free 30 minute training via Skype.
Accessories for Purchase:
- Clip-on table for Singing Bowls and Kalimbas
- Transport device
What our customers are saying:
"The Soundwave is such a complete and powerful instrument. The four notes of the tongue drum each address another part of the body. The big tongue drum therefore is a perfect instrument to start a session with. It allows you to 'feel' and tune into the person. By playing the tongue drum you can invite your customer to slow down his breathing and heart rhythm. A steady drum rhythm can bring you and/or your customer in a trance. The monochord is very different from the drum. It creates smooth, rich sound waves that take you on a journey within. You may experience a deep sense of relaxation, see shapes or colors, hear choirs, flutes, horns or other kinds of instruments or feel deeply rooted emotions. I often use the soundwave for people with emotional stress. It helps opening up doors, gates previously kept locked."
- Patrik Niels - soundtherapist - (Belgium)