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The chromatic Spacedrum© is, until now, the only instrument from the Hang©, Hapi Drum©, Garrahand© family recently created to propose a complete chromatic scale!
Bigger than the diatonic and pentatonic models, it has 13 notes which really open new horizons to the musicians. It's no more necessary to buy several instruments to build a chromatic scale!
This model can be put on a stand or on your laps despite it's a bit larger than its little brothers.
The chromatic scale induce a new notes layout on the top (with four notes) which requires a little mental gymnastic to control the instrument.

Thanks to a long research & development work in partnership with an engineering high school we’re happy to release the 4th generation Spacedrum, made out of a special stainless alloy. The properties of this special alloy are particularly adapted for the outdoor playing: totally rustproof, even in the extrem climates (see shores, tropics...), hard enough to keep the tuning for years (in normal conditions of use). Added to that, the Spacedrum Evolution (4th gen) develops more sustain and more sound volume while respecting the Spacedrum original sound.

This instrument is fragile and needs to be protected when it's not played. Our bags are specially designed for a good protection of the Spacedrum.


With the chromatic Spacedrum you can explore all the harmonic possibilities of any kind of music!
The chromatic scale is: C4 C#4 D4 Eb4 E4 F4 F#4 G4 G#4 A4 Bb4 B4 C5

Listen to a sound sample

Played with hands

Played with gloves

Played with mallets

Comes with mallets, Travelbag and a pot of Wax


Technical settings:
Raw: Steel
Diameter: 23.6 in (60 cm)
Dome hight: 5.2 in (13 cm)
Bottom hight: 3.15 in (8 cm)
Weight: around 7 kg (15.4 lb)
Number of notes: 13
Damper: removable rubber joint that reduces harmonics and sustain...
Surface treatment: thermal




Ask a Question
  • Hi on the pictures of which notes this spacedrum has why are there 2 pictures which is the right one

    Both pictures show the same layout but one of them has the american notation and the other one shows the european notation.
    The 13 note Chromatic scale is C4 C#4 D4 Eb4 E4 F4 F#4 G4 G#4 A4 Bb4 B4 C5 in american notation.

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