The Korogi Desktop EKO32 2.6 Octave Padouk Xylophone is the perfect introduction to keyboard playing for beginning percussionists or for use by professionals wanting a super portable instrument. The 2.6 octave padouk bars produce a warm sound and provide enough range for practicing scales and
The Korogi Desktop EKO32 2.6 Octave Padouk Xylophone is the perfect introduction to keyboard playing for beginning percussionists or for use by professionals wanting a super portable instrument. The 2.6 octave padouk bars produce a warm sound and provide enough range for practicing scales and beginning literature. While the hollow frame on this instrument helps to reduce weight making transportation easier.
Great for Beginners or Professionals!
Band directors are now using these instruments with their beginning percussionists as they offer a much better playing experience than the inexpensive bell kits. The warmth and color these keyboards produce resembles more of professional instruments and is makes playing and practicing more enjoyable. Their quality also makes them a great option as practice instruments for professionals or in pit orchestras and traveling ensembles.
Korogi = Quality
These high-quality instruments feature the same stringent grading and selection methods that Korogi uses for selecting bars as with the finest marimbas. Bars are matched not only for quality of wood color, grain and density, but also tone quality, sustain, and projection across the entire range of the keyboard.
Korogi EKO32 Desktop Xylophone Specs
Range: 2.6 oct. / F5-C8 / 32 tones
Bar Type: Padouk
Bar Width: 1.125" - 29 cm
Resonator Type: N/A
Dimensions: 29"x17"x4.3" (74x43x11 cm)
Weight: 8 lbs
*NOTE: STAND NOT INCLUDED
Xylophones have been an important product for Korogi since the company began building desk xylophones for Japanese schools in 1949. Since then, Korogi craftsmen have continually developed quality instruments for the youngest of beginners, as well as some of the world's finest professional instruments.
Experience the quality, craftsmanship, and beauty of Korogi xylophones.
This is the best, cheapest beginner unit that I have found on the market. We have moved our 5th graders to this instrument across the whole district. The bar response is closer to a full sized instrument and the sound is far superior to a steel bell set.