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  • Pureté du son !

    Kigonki - Modèle lulu - Handswani Do - 432 Hz

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    Kigonki - Model lulu -Do handswani - 432 Hz From the family of "Steel Tongue Drum", the Kigonki is a completely intuitive melodic percussion instrument that can be played by anyone, even without any prior musical knowledge. Completely handmade in Spain, this high quality instrument is made of a steel drum in which are cut out sound blades and can be played either directly with the hands or with suitable sticks . This model "Lulu" presents a unique tuning concept with 8 notes cut on each side of the instrument (16 blades total), which offer exceptional sustain, beat and harmonic richness. Indeed, its two faces are tuned according to the same range of Bib major, but with a very slight offset between them, which generates a tremolo effect and significantly increases the volume of the instrument. This acoustic response is immediate and totally hypnotic! The "Lulu" illustrates perfectly the benefit of such a subtle "detune", which manages to create new tones, similar to harmonized voices emanating from the body of the instrument itself. Thus, it has not only 8 notes, but rather multiple frequencies, whose interactions between the different layers of harmonics inspire fluctuation and movement, and generate a "cosmic" sound. Moreover, the instrument benefits from a very neat, changing and colorful aesthetic, unique to each Kigonki: a pleasure for the eyes as much as for the ears, which participates in the joy to play this instrument of a very high quality . Tuning Range of Do handswani: Do - Re - Mi - Sol - La - Si - Do - Re - Mi Dimensions ● Diameter: 27 cm ● Height: 14 cm ● Weight: 2.8 kg ✚ Delivered in its specially adapted padded carrying case, with two rubber tips and a plasticised tuning chart. The Kigonki is characterized by an amazingly pure sound and an unparalleled ease of play! - Made by hand in Spain - in its specially adapted padded carrying case, with its two rubberized sticks and its plasticised tuning chart. The Kigonki is characterized by an amazingly pure sound and an unparalleled ease of play! - Handmade in Spain -

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  • Rapport qualité-prix imbattable!

    Mandoline Eastman MD505CL A-Style

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    A-Style Eastman Mandolin MD505Cl The famous Eastman brand makes its debut at Pick and Boch. Here is an instrument with unbeatable value for money! This model MD 505 CL has all the qualities of a good mandolin "A" Precise and dynamic sound with sustain, optimal play comfort thanks to the fingerboard and the adjustable bridge Well balanced in the different registers, the basses are defined and the treble clear and precise. The mechanics are of good quality and ensure perfect tuning. This instrument is delivered in a rigid Eastman case. Here is a perfect mandolin for learning the instrument that can also satisfy the more seasoned musicians.

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  • Belle qualité !

    CORNET JUPITER JCR 520M en étui

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    CORNET JUPITER JCR 520M in hard case Recent second hand in varnished brass in excellent condition as new. Note however some small oxidation stitches on the branch of mouth. Features: This Bb cornet has stainless steel pistons, a ring on the 1st slide and an adjustable ring in 3rd slide. Piston buttons have a mother of pearl appearance. The perce is 11.68 mm and the horn is 120 mm. This high-quality instrument is suitable for learning in hard case with mouthpiece and accessories.

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  • Très beau violon !

    Violon de Paul Bisch fait à Mirecourt en 1928

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    Violin of Paul Bisch made in Mirecourt in 1928 The back in one part in beautiful wavy maple is 359 mm This violin carries the label Lutherie of art Christian Olivier & Paul Bisch ex worker of the houses Caressa and French Luthier of the Paris Conservatory and manuscript: copy of Jacobus Stainer Year 1928 Paris N ° 127. His bio: Paul Bisch source museum Lutherie Mirecourt Despite an early deafness, he began his apprenticeship as a luthier at the Thibouville Lamy factory. He pursued him with master luthiers, such as Léon Mougenot and Marius Didier. At the age of 26, he entered Caressa and French, in Paris, to improve his instrument restoration. He moved to Mirecourt where he developed a reputed studio: a dozen workers will work for him, either in the workshop or at home. He sells his instruments abroad (USA, Canada, Switzerland, etc.). He is a medalist several times. In 1961 he won the title of best worker in France. He works in collaboration with many local artisans: violin sleeve sculptors, varnishers, accessories manufacturers. According to his son, his personal production would amount to about a thousand violins and violas.

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