Like the bright, pale-yellow star in the Constellation of Aquila , Altair possess a solar voice that is immediately bright and warm in quality. Its Hishasavita Major scale irradiates a merry, cheerful nature, well balanced by the deep sound of the Ding.
Named after the popular white star in the Arabian sky, Deneb immediately enchants with its oriental flair. Dreamy yet grounded, thanks to the interplay between resonance and depth this scale is also one of the more balanced.
A sapphire-blue star in the Lyre Constellation associated by the Greeks with the harp played by Orpheus, Vega is a truthful astral counterpart for this Handpan. Introspective yet expressive, thanks to its versatile scale, it immediately connects with the deepest emotional chords.
Tuned in one of the most popular scales, Yin is the ideal choice for those interested in learning Handpan Music from the basics. Yin’s energy is calm and self contained. Its voice is sweet, nuanced with a subtly melancholic vibe. The sound equivalent of the Chinese feminine principle, Yin finds its natural counterpart in Yang.
Together with Yin, its complementary twin, Yang represents the perfect choice for those interested in learning Handpan Music from the basics. The rich, warm tones of this instrument together with the deep, gong-like sound of the ding make Yang a natural choice for those inclined towards meditation.
Like the all-seeing Giant from the ancient Greek myth, Argus’ surface is covered with eyes - and even more possibilities of sound combinations. Behind a total-black look and lunar appearance, Argus unveils an unexpectedly delicate and sophisticated voice, with a subtle touch of Orient.
A round, solid attitude that instinctively conveys a sense of serenity: this is the immediate flair of Polyphemus, gifted with a bright Major scale. Behind its grounded personality, this Handpan comes with a twist: a tenth note, the sharpest, nested just under the Ding.
In the religious culture of the myth, Persephone divides herself between day and night, everchanging lady of the cycle of seasons. She is the one who inspires our first instrument with a true double identity: nine notes on the upper part, four on the lower back. A shadowy and melancholic scale that gives a round, poignant sound, as it happens when darkness surrenders to the light.
A fun addition to our compact series, Zen II Tank Drum is our lightweight alternative on the go. Suitable for children and adults as well, it can be played both with your hands and with the two drumsticks included in the set. The upbeat D Major scale sparks joy almost instantly, making Zen II the perfect gift for any Handpan fan.
Zen II Tank Drum carrying bag and drumsticks included (diameter: 9 Inches)
SCALE: D Major
Available in 432 Hz only.