|Package Dimensions||19.2 x 13.3 x 7.8 cm; 353 Grams|
|Item Model Number||MI2876-KUS|
|Item Weight||353 g|
Kmise Ocarina 12 Tones Alto C with Song Book Display Stand Neck Cord
|Price:||+ $10.76 Delivery|
- Good-tactile-sentation:Excellent sanding craftsman with smooth finger holes provide players the good sense of touch.
- All-in-one:12 hole ocarina comes with a neck-strap, a music booklet,a display stand and a protective box.
- Easy-to-learn:A perfect musical instrument which can be mastered in a short time,especially fits for music beginner.
- Perfect-music-tone:With a soft bass,high-pitched sound and a wide range of sounds,12-hold ocarina is the best choice for music lovers.
- Kmise responsible for every item we sold and do our best to offer the best solution if your product has any problem.
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Features Our 12-Hole Ceramic Ocarina is finely glazed in a beautiful dark cobalt blue, detailed with a metallic silver band and gold Triforce logo. This Ocarina is a high-quality, kiln-fired ceramic instrument tuned by professional musicians to provide the optimal melodic experience. Ocarina is an easy-to-learn piece which can be mastered in a short period of time, with the ability to spend years improving your technique, discovering new scales and harmonies. Product Specifications -Material: Ceramic -12 holes -Color: Blue -Package dimension: 7"x 5" x 3" -Product weight: 229g/0.5lbs Package Included 1 x Ceramic 12-Hole Ocarina 1 x Neck Strap Cord (Random Color) 1 x Display Stand 1 x Song Book
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This was the very first ocarina I purchases and was super excited to learn some songs. At first it was okay, but the more I listened to other ocarinas, I realized it's not supposed to sound so airy, especially since I'm not completely new to wind instruments and did everything I could to makes sure I wasn't the problem.
I purchased a couple plastic ocarinas from a legitimate ocarina company from the States and it has been a world of difference!
I tried to play this one again after getting comfortable with the others I have and I just have to shake my head at the terribly tones that comes out of this once I play anything above G.