Tanajura Eléctrica - Rozini
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Tanajura Eléctrica - Rozini
|rib / back:||mahogany (lam.)|
|max. width of rib:||103 mm|
|weight (net):||1,4 kg|
Tanajura Eléctrica - the Brazilian Cajon with sound pick-up system
Drumset and percussion set in one instrument!
Tanajura, a rarely heard word which in Brazil is not only the name of an ant species but also the affectionate nickname for women with pronounced feminine curves. The stronly waisted tanajura looks quite like the body of a guitar and is also pretty much the same size. 2 sound bodies which meet in the middle are shaped through the waist. On the smaller part the tone sounds higher, on the larger one it sounds deeper. The tanajura is light and can be used for any style. The covers are made of solid wood giving it an especially high quality sound spectrum and a high sensitivity for vibrations. In the inside of the instrument there are snare wires attached to produce the typical snare effect. You can take the wires out, which again will provide a completely new sound scape. At the end of the instrument a reco reco a base is attached on which you can put down the tanajarua if you are not playing. The handle of the tanajura is another great feature of this instrument: you can attach other percussion instruments like a shaker or a small-sized cymbal to it. You can play the tanajura while being seated, laying it on your lap or upright stuck between your legs like a cajon. It weighs less than a kilo so principally any playing position is possible. A Brazilian original! Versatile, multifunctional, with endless possibilities, ultra light and ideal for concerts, gigs, accoustic performances, rodas de Samba, playing on the beach with friends etc.
Total length: 69cm
Width of shell small side / big side: 26cm / 36,5cm
Width side parts: 13,3cm
Customer reviews for "Tanajura Eléctrica"(4)
I choose this product for a special gift for my friend
je l'ai vue sur internet
et je l'ai trouvé intérressant, car il pouvait remplacer un cajon
beaucoup de possibilités
Pour les musiciens qui ne connaissent pas encore cet instrument: c'est léger, très sonore et celà équivaut ou remplace largement bien un traditionnel Cajon. La partie "caisse claire" est une tuerie A découvrir à travers de nombreuses vidéos en ligne...
Instrumento de impecable acabado en madera, novedoso y superior en sonido a lo que conocía
In Brazil, people not only play drums and percussion:
The most common instrument is probably the acoustic guitar. No matter if traditional 6-string guitar or like preferred in Samba and Choro with 7 strings, ROZINI has the righ instruments.
ROZINI also offers bandolins or the viola caipira, a 10-string instrument which is very popular in Brazil, and of course a large variety of Cavaquinhos. The little allrounder is suitable for (almost) every music style: you can play it in any Samba session in a small round, the Samba de mesa, when accompaning a big Samba school, or as a virtuoso solo instrument playing Choro. The cavaquinho is a small instrument with endless possibilities.
ROZINI was born as a result of an association of various luthiers and is nowadays one of the largest and renowned producers of stringed instruments of Brazil. The instruments are handmade in serie-production in São Paulo.