SPACEDRUM NITRO 9 NOTES - CELTIC - DM
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The Spacedrum Nitro® 9 notes (8 notes + 1 Ding)
Handpan (8 notes + 1 Ding) on a range in D minor named "Celtic". Spacedrum Nitro is made in a nitrided raw steel sheets. It is a model perfectly adapted to the beginners as to the advanced players.
The 9-note Spacedrum Nitro® handpan is a melodic percussion in nitrided steel also called Pantam or Hangdrum. Our handpans are entirely manufactured in our workshops in France with all the passion that drives us and know-how acquired for many years.
The steel grade, the thickness of the sheets and the type of nitriding applied to our shells give the Spacedrum Nitro a unique identity and allows it to combine the essential quality criteria for a perfectly matched high-end handpan. With 8 notes + 1 Ding this model is suitable for any type of player, beginner as advanced. It is a reliable and precise musical instrument, very pleasant to use, both in terms of touch and game ergonomics. The range of its register ranges from D3 to F5 according to the ranges manufactured.
Nb: name sometimes used to designate the Spacedrum: Handpan, hangdrum, pantam, hang, hangdrum, pan.
You can play it in your lap or on a stand.
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.
Scale: Celtic Dm Pentatonic -> D3 - / A3 / Bb3 / D4 / E4 / F4 / A4 / C5 / D5
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Played with Hands
Comes with mallets, travelbag and a pot of wax.
Material: Raw steel
Diameter: 21.6 in
Dome hight: 4.9 in
Bottom hight: 4.9 in
Weight: 4,5 kg (9,9 lb)
Number of notes: 9 (8 + 1)
Damper: removable rubber joint that reduces harmonics and sustain...
Surface treatment: thermal + wax
=> A reinforced bag and a pot of wax are included with your Spacedrum
Maintenance: Wipe your instrument after each use with a soft cloth and regularly treat the surface of your handpan (dome + bottom) , every two weeks with a dedicated oil. Clean your instrument every months to remove the layer of successive deposits of cleaning products that eventually alters the sound of your instrument.