New MaxRange Triple Bass Ocarina
This black-orange beauty is the most advanced ocarina in existence! The MaxRange Triple Bass Ocarina offers the widest range of any other ocarina in the world and with only three chambers.
Its deep sound and versatility make the MaxRange Triple Bass Ocarina a dream to play and listen to. It measures 7 1/4 inches wide and 4 1/4 inches long. It’s tuned to perfection in the key of C Major and offers a truly impressive pitch range of more than three and a half octaves, from A3 to F7. The ultimate ocarina for the serious player also comes complete with a detailed fingering chart, a Zelda Songbook, and Folksong for Ocarina Volume One.
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--- MaxRange Triple Bass Ocarina
--- The most advanced ocarina in existence
--- Three chambers with a broader range than any other ocarina, including four-chambered
--- Accurately tuned in C Major
--- Pitch range of three and a half octaves (A3 to F7)
--- Measures 7 1/4 inches wide and 4 1/4 inches long
--- Detailed fingering chart included
--- Zelda Songbook included
--- Folksong for Ocarina Volume One included
I had been learning to play the Purple Clay Triple Bass from Imperial City for several months before breaking down and buying the Max Range. I had been having a problem with the weight, the hole sizes and the chamber switching in the other ocarina.
The ergonomic design of this ocarina makes it very easy to play and switch between chambers with great ease. It fits quite comfortably in your hands without strain or pain. That makes a big difference if you are playing for a long time.
The lighter weight and smaller holes makes it a lot easier for my small hands to play the notes clearly, without wavering. None of the holes are too big for my small hands.
The sound is equally beautiful and resonant in all chambers. The high notes don’t screech and the low notes are beautifully mellow.
I thought that there would be another learning curve because this ocarina was so different, but I was playing more pieces with this one after one day than I had been playing with my other one after 3 months.
The mouth holes are a lot smoother than my old one, contributing to the ease of changing chambers. The holes are spaced out a little wider than my old one, but that is a fairly easy adjustment.
In her instruction video, Cris Gale said that it could be the only ocarina you will ever need and I am beginning to see that could be possible. It is already my favourite and I have only had it 2 days.
I love the sound and the reliability of the notes. I don’t have to worry about switching chambers and playing a wrong note. It is important to be able to play your instrument with confidence, or you can’t really play it in public.
The only thing I wasn’t impressed with was the fact that it didn’t come with any kind of carrying case. For the amount of money for the ocarina, it should come with at least a padded fabric case to carry it in. I can’t carry it in the cardboard box it came in.
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I've had this ocarina for several months now and I really do love it. I has a range larger than a flute and it has the ability to play absolutely anything I want. The biggest downside is the difficulty with fingering, especially when going between the middle and upper chambers. The lower and middle chambers aren't bad because you can usually prepare the fingers to transfer to the next chamber ahead of time, but a thumb transfer is also required when transferring from middle to high which is very difficult -- especially because the high chamber thumb hole is so big. I have monster sized hands but my thumb can almost sink into the upper chamber thumb hole.
The sound quality is really great, although it is difficult to get the middle chamber (arguably the most used chamber) to be as resonant as the lower and upper chambers.
Overall it is a wonderful instrument and I recommend it to anyone who is very serious about spending time with it.
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