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The magical instrument you play without touching. Control the volume through an antenna.  Theremin Premium

The theremin was invented in the 1920s by Russian scientist Theremin. It is said to be the originator of electronic musical instruments like the modern synthesizer. You play it by moving your hand in an empty space, without touching the instrument, so it looks like a stylized dance. The analog electronic sound it produces can make you feel somehow nostalgic.

  • The full-fledged instrument with which you can control the pitch with your right hand and the volume with your left hand.

  • It is small, light and has a built-in speaker, so it can be played anytime, anywhere, by anyone.

  • You can expand its musical capabilities by hooking up an amp or a speaker with amp.


Series: Otona no Kagaku product version
Product: Theremin Premium
Package contents: Main unit, antennas, accessories (grounding band, adjustment screwdriver), instruction manual
Targeted ages: Age 12 to adult
Main unit weight: 345 g (not including batteries)
Assembled size: 220 (W) x 36 (H) x 120 (D) mm (not including antennas)
No assembly required: Simply put the batteries in and attach the antenna and grounding band.
Batteries: Four AA alkaline (sold separately)
Country of origin: China
Instruction manual: Japanese only. The English instruction is provided on web

English instruction Download[PDF: 400KB]

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