Rear, giant Jambati that is nearly impossible to find in such a good shape with perfect sound characteristics. Antique bowls of these size were hunted mainly by European collectors back in the end of nineties up to 2012-2014. Almost every giant bowl that has being found after this period of time, such as this Jambati, is an instrument that was preserved in a private collection for years. The bowl you are looking at finally got the opportunity to continue the journey thanks to the personal considerations of it's owner.
This instrument shows perfect ratios between several tone partials! In edition, it's fundamental dominating frequency and dominating frequency of first harmonic are matching the concert pitch notes B2 and G4.
This instrument is NOT for any kind of practice and surely not a massaging bowl (due to it's heavy weight), or a bowl that according to a new fashion is being used to step into! It could find a perfect spot in performing rituals and ceremonies and it could add a great value for any antique rear bowls collection.
Easily plays the fundamental tone with suede padded end of the mallet or overtone when being rubbed with the wooden end.
Frequencies: 123-127hz (B2 Concert). Monaural beats range Theta. 386-392hz (G4 Concert). Monaural beats range Theta. Other frequencies: 760hz, 1230hz, 1766hz, 2357hz.
Includes complementary singing bowl cushion striking mallet S1 and rubbing mallet R3.