Singing bowl Jambati JG#2

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  • Fundamental Note: G#/Ab2 (Sol#/Lab2)
  • Fundamental(Hz): 100-104
  • Overtone Note: G#/Ab3 (Sol#/Lab3)
  • Overtone(Hz): 197-204
  • Style: Jambati
18th Century
Vacuuming the sadness bowl.
This heavy, thick-wall Jambati is very close to perfection in terms of mathematical ratios of itsfrequencies. The ratio between the fundamental and the first overtone is 1.96 (almost an octave), and the second overtone is almost three times more of the fundamentalsvalue.  The sound is very relaxing and calming. To me, it sounds a little melancholic, but I find myself being covered with a warm blanket of safety when listening to this instrument. It plays easy by rubbing the rim and produces equally good both low and high tones, depending on the playing technique and style of a mallet. Good to use in individual meditation practice and private healing sessions. A little quiet for playing in a group meditation. This bowl is equally good for beginners and experienced practitioners
Frequencies: 100-104hz (G#2). Monaural beats range Theta. 197-204hz (G#/Ab3-3hz). Monaural beats range Theta. Other frequencies: 304hz, 591hz, 960hz, 1879hz.
Includes complementary singing bowl ring-cushion and two singing bowl mallets S1 and R3