The design of our Tembos is based on a group of instruments called plosive aerophones.
The basic principle of making music on our Tembos is to beat or slap on one end of the tube to create a pressure wave. The length of the tube determines the length of the wave, and different wavelengths make different notes.
These stainless steel Tembos are tuned to the C-major diatonic scale.
Quirky and rather addictive, you can make some surprisingly pleasing deep sounds on the diatonic tembos by striking the notes with the durable neoprene paddles provided.
- Diatonic Tuning - Quirky Deep Sounds
- Vandal Resistant
- Multi-generational Fun
- Accessible Play Equipment
- Inclusive Playground Product
Made to order in 4 Weeks.
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