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
Customer ReviewsBased on 9 reviews78%(7)22%(2)0%(0)0%(0)0%(0)D
While there is at least one other ocarina out there with a wider range of payable notes, namely the ( ICO extended range quadruple bass), the lighter weight and ease of play make the Maxrange triple bass from STL an easy and sensible choice for me. Not to mention that the MRTB has a range of more than 3 1/2 octaves (44 notes) and is the most compact triple bass ocarina I've seen. While it does require a low breath pressure for the two subholes and higher breath pressure for the highest notes of the two higher chambers, the breath pressure is very even throughout. The MRTB is very accurately tuned, and after several days of practice with it, is quickly becoming my favorite triple bass ocarina of the few that I own. Besides all the specs that make the MRTB a great instrument, it is also pleasing aesthetically. With a rather space-age look, it is an evolution in ocarina design. I would recommend to pros and amatuers alike who are looking to buy a great triple bass at a sensible price for what you're getting in return.G
I really like it I've been just trying to learn the fingering for the other 2 chambers. Sounds very good though, it'll just take some time to learn.M
Very excellent sounding bass ocarina with an impressive range. My only critique: there is a slight tone imbalance between the 1st and 2nd chamber. It is especially noticeable when playing D or Eb on the 1st followed by E or F on the 2nd. Adjusting your air speed when switching remedies this issue, but the learning curve to mastering this adjustment is somewhat difficult. Still a top choice if you are looking for a bass ocarina with extended range.J
This ocarina is really difficult to play, yet I've had more fun playing it than any other ocarina. This is my first multi chamber ocarina. I wanted a true all purpose ocarina so I'm not having to switch to different ocarinas for each occasion. Which means I can actually play music the way it's intended to be played, instead of having to transpose and go down the octave. It sounds good too. I also like the look. It has a nice crackle effect to it. One thing I really need to get better at though is how to hold it. My hands hurt a lot after only 10 minutes of playing. Lots of potential with this ocarina.J
I got this because I love the lower tones and sounds that ocarinas produce. This has a wonderful tone and just so beautiful. My only issue is the sub holes on chamber 2. That takes some getting used to and be able to cover both holes with some success. If ur looking for an insturment that has a big range and big sound check this one out you won't be disappointed
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