Otamatone Deluxe

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Bigger, louder, better!
Real man size Otamatone is out. Otamatone deluxe is 1.5  times bigger then original Otamatone. Maywa Denki heard out voices and came with this master piece!

With large slide its easier to play with. You can plug in your headphones (some people unaccountable find sound of Otamatone very disturbing), or connect to an you big Marshall amplifier! Playing on Otamatone stays simple as before. Just hold note in two hands and slide along the neck for pitch by one hand, squeeze the mouth by another. For vibrato just shake!

Many of musical teachers uses Otamatone for teaching children basic of musical theory – its easy and simple.
New Otamatone deluxe comes with handy strap and volume knob (which is new and usefull).

 

Otamatone deluxe features

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  • 1.5 times bigger
  • Volume knob – (Off to high)
  • Could be pluged into an amplifier
  • Jack for headphones
  • low, medium or high octaves
  • Slide your finger up and down the stem to change the pitch (3 levels)
  • Squeeze the mouth for vibrato

Technical Specifications:

  • AC100~240 (adapter not included)
  • DC: 3 x AA (test batteries included)
  • Dimensions: 44cm (head to tail)
  • Weight: 810g
  • Colors: White, Black
  • Supplied with a strap

Otamatone Deluxe is now available in our shop!
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  1. Yomin
    December 11, 2014 at 12:40 pm

    Hi. May I know how many notes/octave(s) can an otamatone deluxe play without shifting the pitch switch?

  2. Reagan McCullough
    October 12, 2015 at 2:31 pm

    Hello, I am Reagan McCullough, Owner & CEO of 101Studios, Inc. I am writing to inform you that I love your product, the Otamatone. It is a fun little instrument and is a lot of fun. I would love to buy some for some of my employees. I own the regular version but am not sure if i should get the deluxe or regular version. I was wondering if i could get a deluxe one to try out and see which I feel would be a better purchase. Thank you for your time.

    Thank you,

    Reagan McCullough
    Owner & CEO
    101Studios, Inc.

  3. June
    November 12, 2015 at 9:49 am

    What are the different parts/features of the Omamatone?

    Please reply A.S.A.P

  4. Howaboutreplyingtothosepeople?
    July 4, 2016 at 6:55 pm

    Howaboutreplyingtothosepeople?

  5. Eva
    November 6, 2016 at 10:46 am

    There is any fret sticker for the deluxe version? Like the digital one has?
    I like better the “guitar style” of de deluxe, but I’m just a beginner in music, and fret indications will be nice.ありがとうございます。
    エバ

  6. Steve
    December 27, 2016 at 8:38 pm

    I find that with the headphones plugged into the headphone jack, the instrument still plays out loud. Seems like the intent was for you to be able to silence the outport and listen only through the headphones. Is there a trick to silencing the speaker output?

  7. _Yoshi_Guy_
    October 20, 2017 at 12:37 am

    And How Much Would One Of These Otamatone Deluxe’s Cost?
    I Want To Make Sure I Won’t Get Scammed On Amazon.

  8. Cameron
    January 2, 2018 at 6:32 pm

    Usually, Otamatone Deluxe costs around $50, but they can be more than that. If you search Otamatone Deluxe on Amazon, they are $79 and $80. Those aren’t a scam, so you’re fine 😀

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