Constellation Serie - Tongue Drum
With the Constellation Series Tongue Drum (also known as Tank Drum) you will experience how much fun it is to play a Steel Tongue Drum. The Drum is known for its warm sound. In addition, with a diameter of 28 centimeters, the size is ideal to bring anywhere!
Depending on the key, the Tongue Drums are available with 8 (A-minor, G-major) or 9 notes (Lydian, AkeBono). Below you will find the keys in which we currently have the Constellation Tank Drum available.
The Constellation Series
All our Steel Tongue Drums are crafted by hand and accurately tuned multiple times. As a result, our drums retain the magical sound they are known for. So you can enjoy our Tongue Drums for many years to come.
- With a diameter of 28 centimeters ideal to take anywhere.
- Due to the specific composition of notes, you cannot play a wrong tone.
- The round design give this drum the warm sound
Which Key should I Choose?
Our Tongue Drums (or Tank Drums) are available in different keys. Therefore it is'nt surprising that you may not know which key to choose. We can give you all kinds of advice on this, but the most important thing is that you choose the instrument that appeals to you the most. In general, a minor key is experienced as a deeper / more melancholic sound. Where a major key produces a lighter / more euphoric tone. It is important to realize that everyone has their own taste and our numeber 1 advise to you is to choose the sound that appeals to you the most.
Is it hard to learn to play Tongue Drum?
It's not a problem if you don't have experience playing a Tongue Drum yet (also called Tank Drum). It is quite easy to learn to play this instrument, there are a number of reasons for this. First of all, Tongue Drums are instruments that should be played by feeling. So you play whatever tones you feel like and that means you can't play wrong tones! In addition, the pure, harmonious tone compositions ensure that you can't hit wrong sound combinations. Take your time and you will enjoy the journey of explore your instrument.