Tzevaot AEOLIAN Hand pan 440hz
- The Aeolian Scale reflects a Dark VS Light for a beautiful balance of energies. The Aeolian is very versatile and great for filling any atmosphere with wonderfully magical sounds.
- Scale (G) C D E F G Ab Bb C
- Highly rust resilient
- Secure hard case good for traveling, shipping or storage.
- Certificate of authenticity with register serial number
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Tzevaot is an instrument belonging to the hand pan family. Tzevaot was founded to make quality hand pans much more accessible to the world. All of our instruments are nitride and nitro carburized for a warm sound that is highly resilient against rust. Each of our instruments travels over 10,000 miles to achieve the proper treatments, processes, and tuning. We are located in Los Angeles, California and our doors are open to anyone interested in stopping by just to say hi and play some of our instruments, and if we have any available at the moment, be able to take one home with you. The hard case included is secure enough for traveling, storage and protection. Some of the qualities of the hard case are resistant to impact damage made with Copolymer Polypropylene, resistant to UV, solvents, corrosion and fungus, waterproof and dust resistant, In-line skate style wheels, Industrial strength pull handle, Cushion grip side handle for carrying option, Pressure equalization valve for altitude changes, custom foam insert. Measurements: Hand pan measurements 21 inches diameter and 10 inches high, case measurements 25.5 inches x 25.5 inches x 14.75 inches outside measure
Top customer reviews
The build quality of the handpan is decent. But I'm not particularly sold on the scale. The center note is rather high, and not very bass-y. The higher notes also don't resonate very easily, so I did not find much use for them. There's also absolutely no harmonics when the pan is struck between notes; not sure if that's an issue of manufacturing or tuning, but it's not great for the sound quality.
Overall, it's okay. Definitely not worth the $3000+ dollars. Maybe a different scale with a lower center bass note and better harmonics would push the price to that level for me; but this is a return for me. This isn't something that captivated me for days; I played it for about an hour and couldn't see myself spending an entire year paying off that huge price for something I wasn't super into.
Sorry, Tzevaot, but it's not for me.
It comes packed in a Pelican 1640 case, a $285 item. If you subtract that from the price, the instrument is $2400. That seems a pretty steep price, this is the only reason I did not give it 5 stars. There is a $1700 pan from Vietnam, but I didn't like the sound of it on their YouTube video.