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Otamatone Deluxe [Japanese Edition] Electronic Musical Instrument Portable Synthesizer from Japan by Cube / Maywa Denki, Black

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Description

  • BEST SELLING One of Japan's BEST Selling Music Toys, Deluxe Version is a Full-sized Otamatone in a Professional Musician-Grade.
  • FUN & EASY TO PLAY - You can create different sound and pitch by pressing down the middle part of the Otamatone. By sliding down your finger up and down, you can create higher and lower tone.
  • FUN & EASY TO PLAY - You can create different sound and pitch by pressing down the middle part of the Otamatone. By sliding down your finger up and down, you can create higher and lower tone.
  • TURN IT UP Connect to headphones, amps, and speakers with the 3.5mm stereo jack
  • Operates On?AA Batteries 3 ?(Battery Included)

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Customer Reviews

Best purchase I ever made of my adult lifeI saw a post on tumblr with these things singing (aka: screeching) Greensleeves.I immediately went on amazon and found one. I first looked at the little one. Then I saw this one has volume control, pitch control, an audio output cord (hook this baby up to an amp!! ROCKOUT YO!!) (or to plug into computer for recording purposes, and a HEADPHONE JACK.Why did I capitalize that? Cause if you really want to play this machine, you have to practice...and that means very annoyed neighbors/roommates.I found middle c fairly easily. It seems to be at the top finger placement on the "mid" setting. It also sounds like with the mouth open the note turns to a sharp, and with it closed it seems more natural. But idk I just smashy buttons and have been trying to play a combination of Simon and Garfunkle and Zelda songs...ohgodimalmost30whatamidoingwithmylife 5The Otomatone Deluxe is definitely worth the upgrade!I love it! Definitely worth the money. For those wondering, it's not a legitimate instrument - it's more for funsies and gag play, but it's definitely more 'serious' compared to the regular one. This one is connectable to an amp, sounds much louder and has a good sound range. Being a former violin player myself, I can definitely vouch and say that this is 10x easier to play since the hand positioning is similar, being fret-less isn't a worry and I can hear certain notes just fine and play that way by ear. If you lack a musical ear, it may be a little difficult to play anything remotely recognizable at first, but it's definitely worth the upgrade. If those that are fret-less need a bit of assistance, I got the average idea that each 'note' is relatively a half-step apart. :) Each Otomatone's frequency does differ from others, so do not worry if you're is a little more reverby, flat sounding or higher pitched - it's normal and has been discovered before (as noted by the popular Otomatone music player 'mklachu', who owns more then 2 Deluxes that all sound different). Practice makes perfect. 5Cute, but I believe it's too expensiveIt's a cute toy, but it's alot of money for something that is only played with a short time. I guess it's durable enough, but my son hasn't goofed around with it muh in the past 9 months. I ordered this as a Christmas gift for my high school freshman son. He had played with someone's at school and thought it was fun(ny). I tried to coax him out of the idea, but my mother found out. She had me order it, because "that is what he wants". You know how it goes with grandparents. LOL 4Good product but poorly designed instrumentThe instrument itself works great and it's exactly what I ordered but these instruments have very tight notes and have no markings to indicate them. Its difficult to play in key because the notes are so close together and there's no indication where the notes are. 5 stars for the company that sells it but 4 stars for the instrument. Fun little toy but incredibly difficult to play with any real purpose 5it's a good oneBought two of these, japanese version.They both work great right out of the box and still working weeks later so they seem to be good quality.The instructions were in japanese (which I imagine is the only difference between the japanese and english versions)But it includes pictures and the whole thing is easy to set up, no instructions required.People complain about having to push the board down or something but it hardly takes any effort to do so, I didn't have a problem with it.I imagine people who play the violin would have an especially easy time learning this instrument as it is slightly similar.It's actually quite loud when the volume is turned all the way up so that isn't an issue.You can plug headphones into it but it will still play the sound through the speaker as well as the headphones.The first few lines on the volume knob don't actually cause the otamatone to produce sound, you need to turn it up a couple notches before sound actually comes out.It has a line out, though the input hole is about as big as a normal headphone plug and is not big enough to fit a normal guitar cable for example.The top tail thing can be rotated in any position you like, and the metal loops for the neck/shoulder strap which it comes with can also be rotated 360 degrees.It's a fun instrument and I recommend it to any music enthusiast who wants something interesting but also functional. 5AdorableInsanely cute. I love this thing and it's not as easy to play as one might think. I can tell this is going to be a fun little gadget.I had hoped to have this to amuse customers at a booth I'm running this weekend, but it's mildly defective. The High Range is essentially inaudible white noise. I had watched videos f other users that play with the high range and it definitely doesn't sound remotely the same, so I sadly have to send this back.I'll be ordering a new one, though. The functions are super easy and I can tell it'll be a hit at parties. 4Does not last past 2 weeksI ordered the smaller one from Amazon for my 10 year old. He loved it, but it just stopped working after 2 weeks. Returned to Amazon for a full refund. I decided to buy the deluxe version because he loved it so much. It stopped working after 3 days. We tried changing the batteries, of course, and it didn't help. Amazon again refunded in full. My son was very disappointed and we won't be ordering again. This would be an amazing product if it worked. 1Great addition to your musical repertoryEasily the most annoying musical instrument in existence. Hearing "My Heart Will Go On" on the high setting is akin to listening to a recording of nails scratching a chalkboard or to the sound of a drunken, very loud mosquito. My kids have already hidden it from me several times. I use it almost daily 5Best thing I've bought all yearFell in love at first sight with that big goofy smile. Best thing I've bought all year. Very easy to play once you get use to it.Operates on 3 AA batteries . AC adapter sold separately. Beware the AC adapter tip size and voltage; the required type is not commonly used in the US. You can find the correct AC adapter on Amazon.Speaker located in mouth, comes with 1 muffler sponge to cut down the sound and cushion the mouth action.Has a setting for high, medium and low singing range, each range is about 1.5 octaves. There is a gap of a few missing notes between the ranges, unfortunately, so it does not cover all notes. 5Great Fun!I bought the Otamatone Deluxe instead of the 'base' version for three reasons:1) It's bigger.2) It has a volume knob control, as opposed to three settings.3) It has an audio output.I wanted to use the audio output with my headphones, so the noise wouldn't annoy everyone nearby when I was practicing. Unfortunately, the audio out is apparently for an amplifier or something, so even when my headphones were plugged in, it still made noise. So that was that plan out of the window. However, with the volume on the lowest setting, I can still play it without being too much of a nuisance to everyone, and it can go up to ear-splitting volumes if I want it to.I particularly enjoy trying to play the Otamatone along with other songs, and I'm actually starting to get the hang of it (after only three weeks, yay!). My sisters love it when I make the Otamatone laugh. 5
Otamatone Deluxe [Japanese Edition] Electronic Musical Instrument Portable Synthesizer from Japan by Cube / Maywa Denki, Black

Otamatone Deluxe [Japanese Edition] Electronic Musical Instrument Portable Synthesizer from Japan by Cube / Maywa Denki, Black

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€164,00
Sale price
€164,00
Regular price
€270,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€106,00)