This kalimba, the Hokema B7, has extra wide tines and plays somewhat lower notes than the average kalimba. The body is the same size as the pocket sansula, or the wood body of any other sansula – but 7 notes take up the space instead of 9. The deep E is our lowest kalimba note. A pleasure to play.
This instrument goes great with any sansula in the standard A minor tuning, or with any instrument in C – such as the Catania kalimbas.