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Here’s something you don’t see every day. Unless you live in India in which case you might actually see it every day. This is a weird ass shaped drone machine that makes sounds just like you’ve heard on all those Indian classical records you kids listen to. It’s basically a four note sequence (with an option to add a fifth tunable string to the mix) that repeats in different patterns and changes very slowly…Which is AWESOME. It also has four touch sensitive “strings” that you can make your own sequences on. (Basically you make contact with a metal strip on the side with your thumb and then touch the strings) There is also a “speaker out” so you can run it through a Marshal stack or fuzz pedals.

This one has some scuffs around the edge of the top that looks like part of the manufacturing process. I don’t think it’s actually damage. These things are made in kind of a “rustic” style so they have some rough edges. No power cable but works great on C batteries and comes with a sweet little case. Check the video below of it rocking out!

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
  • Radel 4 string electronic drone machine digital tanpura touch sensitive
  • Sparshini Tambura
  • Brown
  • 1990s
Made In
  • India


Morongo Valley, CA, United States
Joined Reverb:2014

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