With an octave jump from the center G2 to the lowest side note, G3, these variations provide a strong bass foundation to the scale.
Mysterious, meditative, and compelling. The first 8 note variation can also be described as a hexatonic “Celtic Minor” because it leaves out the suspenseful 6th note of the minor scale. This particularly variation also plays flawlessly with D minor scales, which are among the most popular Handpans made. These scales also play well with F major, F Mixolydian and G Dorian.
If you have another variation in mind, please contact us and we will explore if it can also be built.
G2/ G, A, Bb, C, D, F, G
G2/(Eb, F) G, A, Bb, C, D, F, G (A, C, D, Eb) (Not yet built. Up to 6 bottom notes available on the bottom shell.)