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Jew’s Harp Care

Under normal circumstances, condensate from the heated body and breath evaporates by itself. But if you put it immediately into a case or leave at high humidity, the instrument starts rusting. Well, there is nothing terrible but the look may be ugly. Instruments made of steel need to be wiped dry with any cloth or tissue after playing. Use of alcohol is not necessary. Disinfectants are not for drying metal. In the most humid conditions it can be lubricated by any oil (of course, tea tree oil is much more pleasant than machine oil). Continue reading…

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How to play the Jew’s harp. The basics

You have become a happy owner of the Jew’s harp. Now you need to learn how to play. You don’t have to read music, or even have an ear for music. Jew’s harp is a very specific instrument. It does not only restores the health of the whole body, it also calms the spirit. The Jew’s harp will help enter the desired state of mind. Specific vibrations you produce on the Jew’s harp, will help to relax and unwind. Continue reading…

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The shamanic drum playing technique. Recommendations

It’s all simple here too.

Take a position that is most comfortable and not distracting. The drum and the beater must match by weight and size and sit comfortably in the hands. The body should be active, but not tense. Anyway, find a position, when the holding the drum and the beater does not strain and distract you. Try starting with a steady beat, with no rhythmic figures. Find the most convenient frequency and a spot you enjoy to beat the most. Continue reading…

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Shamanic Paradoxes

Shamanism for dummies. Or what we should do with the drum.

Firstly, and perhaps most importantly, in matters of shamanism it is not worth it to state anything with 100% certainty. The thing is that there are a whole lot of opinions on all the crucial issues concerning the topic. And, paradoxically, almost all of them are true. Continue reading…

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Drum Care

Many shamanic or ritual drum owners complain because this instrument needs care. The drum shape may change slightly over time, the skin can crack a bit and sag. All this can happen because of improper care, transport and use. Let’s begin with a simple example. Continue reading…

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The making of shamanic drum rim. Quality priorities

Traditional authentic technology

Craftsman goes into the forest, finds the right tree, and cuts it down for a billet. Then, soaks it in the creek for a week, so that the wood may become more flexible, and bends it around a thick tree, occasionally warming the workpiece over the fire, or burning the inner side of it with a hot iron. After the workpiece bends into a ring, the craftsman connects overlapping the edges, and burns several holes with a hot nail through which the rim edges are sewn with a leather cord or a wire. Continue reading…

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Choosing a Jew’s harp

It looks like as if the Jew’s harp or jaw harp is a very easy to play Instrument. That’s because of the simplicity of construction. Yes, it looks very simple. However, it is not so easy when it comes to choosing, when you try to find one among whole bunch of them looking through a catalog. Continue reading…

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Tips for choosing a didgeridoo

Hi there! My name is Roman Termit from the didgeridoo school «Australia». In my teaching experience I have faced with a host of standard questions from students. Here are the answers in a form of advice, set out in a simple, non-scientific language! Continue reading…

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How to buy a handpan?

Similar to hang musical instruments today are collectively called “handpan”. “Hand” is for hand, and “pan” means “heritage” and reflects the roots of this instrument coming from Trinidad “steelpan” – insular instrument which is considered as a main ancestor of Swiss Hang. Handpans come in various sizes and dimensions, differ in sound and quality. Continue reading…

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Shapes of shamanic drums

Siberian shamans even have their personal trees. These trees are believed to be the incarnations of the Eternal Tree. The tree for making the drum frame is chosen according to the spiritual substances. The trees are noticed intuitively with eyes closed. Altai shamans receive information about the location of the necessary tree from the spirits. In Yakutia, shamans prefer to choose the tree marked by the thunder. Continue reading…

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How to buy a shamanic drum

Vibes from a shamanic drum will pass you into the depth of your consciousness. After buying a shamanic tambourine, travel to other worlds, look around, feel and taste the things beyond our world. Stop using your cell phone as we can receive and send messages using the drum. Shamanic drums for sale at our website are made in the sacred land of living shamanism, in the heart of the Bali island. Continue reading…

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Eucalyptus didgeridoo

If we look at the etymology of the word ‘didgeridoo’ or its other name ‘yidaki’, then we seen that they were originally made of bamboo. A bit later, the priorities of Kangaroo Land’s aboriginal population changed, and eucalyptus became the traditional didgeridoo material. Continue reading…

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Artisan professional didgeridoo

We a glad to present you new series of professional instruments. Now you can buy a world-high-quality artisan didgeridoo and you will not have to wait. We have chosen you the best wood species such as palisander (1.5 times firmer than oak), original Australian Blood Wood eucalyptus, teak wood, not cracking with the lapse of time, and also Yellow Box eucalyptus. Continue reading…

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Where to buy a didgeridoo

So, you have decided to buy a didgeridoo.

If you are only the beginner and want the didgeridoo to become your best friend, you need to buy a good instrument. You can buy such didgeridoos at our website. Didges are made of solid wood, are not sawed or glued, which helps to create the special vibration. Continue reading…

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Taking care of the Djembe

Like every musical instrument, djembe needs respect and care to keep high quality of the sounds and its components. If you learn to take care of your djembe it will serve you for years. The lifetime of skin and rope will depend on drumming frequency and the care level. Keep and transport your djembe only in a special djembe case, so falls and bumps will not have strong impact on the base and the leather membrane. Continue reading…

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How to buy a high-quality djembe drum. A detailed guide

A guide to buying a djembe for the first time. Problems and pitfalls.

A choice of the right djembe drum for you depends on your lifestyle and personal preferences. The most common and easiest way to buy a djembe, is to come directly to the store with broad assortment of instruments and feel the drum resonating with your energy while choosing. Continue reading…

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Buying a djembe

Choosing and buying a good djembe can be a difficult task due to the variety of instruments available on the market and a huge variety of their quality. Therefore we have created a customer guide for to help you find your way to your African drums. If you decided to buy a djembe, follow the highest quality standards! Continue reading…

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