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Grover Pro Sweet Potato Diatonic Ocarina
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Fun-looking, easy-play diatonic ocarina.
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You get what you pay for. Almost unusable high registers, hissing, airy, weak notes.
I'm a proffesipnal ocarina player and i just wanna say this ocarina sucks! Do not buy! the notes stink it is ariry, and its a cheap peice o plastic. I recomend going to STL ocarinas if u wanna get something half decent.They have perfectly tuned and sounding ocarinas. It would be better to buy a hot dog or 2 instead of this ocarina.
This ocarina is awsome for beginners and pros. Its just a little airy.But once you get used to it and concquer the airyness you can play some awsome theme songs or just songs like zelda or mario or happy birthday. This ocarina is the best.
I originally bought this instrument after playing the Zelda games. I loved how easy it was to play, and 3 bucks too! I imagine trying the pendant style ocarinas next.
this is soo cool i played zelda's lullaby to song of storms instantly
Well I am pretty much a pro oc player and if your looking for something cheap to begin with, this would be it. Its not as good as a clay or wood ocarina but if you can learn to play this w/o the airy sound then you can master almost any other transvers oc out there .
This is pretty awsome and its great for beginers. The only thing thats not great is that it's kind of airy. The music you play is cool just kinda airy.