IH203 "Ebe-Ana" Khomus
Мedium jews harp with a hard tongue and a muffled sound with a rustling envelope. The timbre can appear clean due to the absence of the highest frequencies - intonation is not hampered by oversaturation and within the available range is easy, but it is rather narrow. The finger is strongly rustled when you touch, when you strike from yourself, you hear a sound. Dynamics change very smoothly and predictably. Instrument is simple, not sensitive, but it is pleasant in primitive playing and is mechanically convenient for any sequences of strokes.