Electronic Digital Lehra (Nagma) – Radel Sunadamala – Plus
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The Sunadamala lehera instrument is the original electronic musical instrument designed to enable tabla artistes and students to practise independently without the help of another musician (to provide rhythmic tune accompaniment). Launched by Pt Ravi Shankar in 1993. Also useful for Kathak dancers. The ”Sunadamala” is capable of producing 200 preset tunes, set to 20 taals in different commonly used ragas. A tune, once selected, repeats itself endlessly until stopped. 4 choices of tone, 2 user-programmable tunes. All standard Radel features: universal voltage (90 ? 260VAC without voltage selection), automatic switch-over to batteries on power outage, lightweight, sleek cabinet, superb design and engineering, musical insight into Indian musicians? needs, 3 year warranty plus the renowned Radel after-sales service.
202 preset tunes including special “Masitkhani” and “gayaki ang” tunes.
Digital display of matras, tempo, tune number & pitch.
Accurate built-in digital pitch-pipe with fine tuning facility.
Four harmonium tones selectable by the user.
Memory facility for two user programmed leheras, pitch, tempo and tone selections.
Can also be used as an excellent sur-peti (drone).
Universal voltage (90 – 260V AC) plus battery operation (6 AA size cells)
Line-out, Speaker-out and Sync-Out (to connect to Taalmala) are provided
Size: 150 mm x 110 mm x 70 mm, Weight: 750 Gm. (Approximately)
Made In India.