KITA PANTAM

World Class Quality - Fair Prices
Handpans made with Team Passion, Dedication and Tend to Perfection

Nitraded Steel
instrument

Although nowadays Handpans are made of both Nitraded Steel and Stainless Steel, Nitraded seems to still have the bigger demand among the enthusiasts. This type of material brings a mid-range of sustain, more ceramic and clay sounding and high frequency in notes which makes it good for outdoor playing. In addition notes have more clear and separated sound which makes the Nitraded Steel Pantams better for faster and more professional playing.

Stainless Steel
Instrument

Stainless Steel Handpans are quite like new comers in the market. in general Stainless Steel Handpans have Longer Sustain, Wider and brighterTimber/Tone, Bigger Sound Range or Amplitude, more Dynamic Range and Less Ceramic sound comparing to Nitraded Steel Handpans. These properties make the Stainless Steel Pantams more proper for slow playing which is used for meditative and sound healing applications. The big advantage of Stainless Steel over Nitraded is it's corrosion resistance.
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HARDCASE
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About
Kita Pantam

KitaPantam (used to be KitaDrums), is a high quality Pantams/Handpans maker, was founded in late 2015 by Nima Taghavi, and began its work with the production of 12-inch steel tongue drums and research into the production of Pantams. After a while, with the change of the workflow, Steel tongue drums were replaced by stainless steel instruments and soon after, Tongue Pan (Overtone tongue drum) also added to the portfolio. At the end of 2017, KitaPantam succeeded in building Steel Pantams and is still expanding and improving its products since then. All instruments are handmade by Nima and the team of KitaPantam who are over 20 people now. KitaPantam is made with passion, work dedication and tend to perfection and wants to become one of the greatest Pantam makers in the world

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