singing bowl Jambati JD33

Headphones on recommended
  • Fundamental Note: D3 (Re3)
  • Fundamental(Hz): 145-148
  • Overtone Note: A4 (La4)
  • Overtone(Hz): 429-432
  • Style: Jambati
18th Century
Thin-wall lightweight  Jambati. This bowl has a calming, peaceful sound. It is not too hot and not too cold - just perfect to bring the listener to the safe zone and to allow to dig into the layers of consciousness.
It is a relatively small and lightweight Jambati. This bowl is very close to the sonic perfection, look at the ratios of the frequencies. The first overtone ratio relative to the fundamental is 2.98, and the second overtone is very close to being an octave above the first one, and the ratio between these overtones is 1.88.
It is recommended to use this bowl for personal meditation practice (ideal for exercising "Listening to the separate tones" and "Listening with your body"). It is a very good tool for the healing work as well and could be used for grounding and massaging. Even though the sound this instrument makes is relatively quiet, the bowl could find a good place with other instruments in group meditations.
Easily plays the fundamental tone with a suede padded mallet.
Frequencies: 145-148hz (D3-2hz). Monaural beats range Delta. 429-432hz (A4-8hz). Monaural beats range Delta. Other frequencies: 814hz, 1290hz, 1841hz, 2475hz.
Includes complementary singing bowl cushion striking mallet S1 and rubbing mallet R3.