Phonophoresis Tingsha-Tibetan Cymbal sound applicator
>>> Holder for Tingsha-Tibetan cymbals in the practice with sound <<<A Tingsha or Tibetan cymbal can be divided into the sound work with the hand held on the thin brass rod, to move the instrument three-dimensional freely around the human body or easy moving sounds in a room.
The small sound instrument must be softly beaten with one of our small wooden mallet or brass amllet. The mallet handle of our Tingsha mallets serves just as a beater as the beater head and the end cap of a Tingsha mallet.
>>> Cymbal - Phonophorese - Tonpunktur - applicator <<<
The cymbal - Sound - applicator should be used with all small cymbals, and serves as for phonophoresis or tonepuncture in the sound application. The vibration is transmitted through a 5,51 inch long brass rod over a small brass ball with a diameter of 0,31 inch. The average small brass ball screw rod is adjustable in height as a screw for cymbal. Thus, for the underside of the cymbal cymbal attachment to their own height (thickness) set. The small brass ball screw on the cymbal, at the upper end of the applicator is used to secure the screw in the middle cymbal brass ball screw. If the average brass ball screw is adjusted, the cymbal is on this little ball. The threads of the brass rod looks up out of the cymbal. Now the small rubber ring is slipped, so that even a short brass rod threaded portion of the visible. Finally, it is fixed with a small brass ball screw, the cymbals, so that pressure on the rubber ring. The cymbal is now firmly pressed without movement between the two brass ball screws, so no noise is created by beating the cymbal. The vibration of the cymbal is transferred to the brass rods and can be applied selectively.