Moog Etherwave Standard Theremin - Ash Cabinet Bundle with Stand, Instrument Cable, Polishing Cloth
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- Fascinating Instrument
- Power Rocker Switch
- Great Portability
- Five Octave Pitch
- Two Video Tutorials
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Adding value to your purchase, Austin Bazaar bundles your instrument with necessary accessories. Everything you need to start playing immediately comes in one box. Save yourself the hassle and save some money while you're at it. A stand is included so you don't need to purchase one seperately. An instrument cable is included so you have an extra. An Austin Bazaar polishing cloth is included so you can keep your new instrument in mint condition.
The theremin is one of the oldest electronic instruments, and the only one known that you play without touching. Moving your hands in the space around its antennas controls pitch and volume. The Etherwave is an authentic adaptation of inventor Lev Termen's original design. The Etherwave is a quality musical instrument designed for ruggedness and portability. It has a five-octave pitch range and reliable spacing between notes for sophisticated playability. Antennas are nickel-plated 3/8" brass tube and cabinets are furniture-grade hardwood, finished with a custom Moog stain. The Etherwave is fitted with an adapter for mounting on a standard microphone stand and works best with Moog's TB-15 instrument amplifier. All Etherwaves ship with two video tutorials on one DVD: Clara Rockmore: the Greatest Theremin Virtuosa and Mastering the Theremin, featuring Lydia Kavina.
Top customer reviews
Portability would be great if there are cases made for theremins, but it can easily be wrapped in a throw and put in a duffle bag after the antennae are removed. It works wonderfully with guitar effects pedals such as a blues driver for a kind of Pamelia Kusrtin / Blueblut sound. There are a few minor problems. The AC adapter is short and requires to be close to a wall, almost to the point of affecting performance. The pitch knob has constantly has to be adjusted to fit your arm length since the bass note positions keep getting either closer to or further from the pitch antenna. This problem might be something I'm doing wrong though. But to conclude, I would strongly recommend the Moog Etherwave to anyone looking to buy a theremin.