Aslatua

From: $20.00

Height : 10 cm
Weight : 0.2 kgs

Learn to play Aslatua

Description

Aslatua (us-a-la-twa)

Sold as a pair.

Originating from Ghana, this unique hand percussion instrument is an attention grabber, especially with kids. Also known as aslato, kashaka, cascas, televi, kasso-kassoni, and more, it is designed to be played in pairs – one per hand. Two balls/gourds (filled with pebbles) are connected by a string. The pebbles make the soothing sounds when shaken & the balls hitting together make a clicking sound. You can have hours of fun playing with this.

The aslatua is a very popular instrument amongst children. Why? The balls move so fast it’s hard to keep up. While the rhythms take a lot of practice, it pays off with this impressive instrument.

Don’t forget to get your half-price learn to play aslatua video when you purchase the instrument. Master Drummer Tuza breaks the movements down in a way that is easy to reproduce yourself.

Ball diameter: approx 4cm.
String length: approx. 10cm

Description

Aslatua (us-a-la-twa)

Sold as a pair.

Originating from Ghana, this unique hand percussion instrument is an attention grabber, especially with kids. Also known as aslato, kashaka, cascas, televi, kasso-kassoni, and more, it is designed to be played in pairs – one per hand. Two balls/gourds (filled with pebbles) are connected by a string. The pebbles make the soothing sounds when shaken & the balls hitting together make a clicking sound. You can have hours of fun playing with this.

The aslatua is a very popular instrument amongst children. Why? The balls move so fast it’s hard to keep up. While the rhythms take a lot of practice, it pays off with this impressive instrument.

Don’t forget to get your half-price learn to play aslatua video when you purchase the instrument. Master Drummer Tuza breaks the movements down in a way that is easy to reproduce yourself.

Ball diameter: approx 4cm.
String length: approx. 10cm

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