The Marimbula is an instrument that originated in Africa and is used today primarily in the Caribbean. It belongs to the family of lamellophones.
These are instruments that are especially common in African music and consist of a wooden board or resonance box to which metal strips are attached. They are plucked with the fingers or alternatively played with a suitable mallet.
- Mood: f c G D F A d g
- Material: Resonating Body: Rubber Wood (Hevea brasiliensis Muell.-Arg.)
- Material: Steel tongues
- Colour: Brown
- Finish: Matte