Asalato/Aslatau or Kashaka Shaker

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The Aslatau or Asalato, also known as Kashakas, are small percussion instruments that originated from West Africa. Our Asalato consists of two identically shaped wooden shells, connected by a string. When played, the shells are held in the player’s hand and struck together rhythmically. These instruments can create unique rhythmic patterns and sounds that add depth and complexity to musical performances. Unlike shakers and rattles, the Aslatau or Asalato requires a more skilled technique to produce its distinctive sound.

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Care Instructions :

When it comes to taking care of your Asalato, there are several important instructions to keep in mind.

● First and foremost, it is crucial to handle your Asalato with care and avoid dropping it or subjecting it to any kind of rough handling.

● Additionally, it is important to regularly clean and maintain your Asalato to ensure its longevity and optimal performance. Cleaning your Asalato regularly involves wiping it down with a soft dry cloth after each use to remove any dirt or residue. Avoid using liquids or water when cleaning the Asalato as this can damage the instrument.

Key features :

● Our Asalato weighs 50 grams, making it lightweight and easy to handle.
● The diameter of each shell is roughly 5cm and the length of the string attached to the wooden shells is roughly 13cm
● The shells are typically made from high-quality wood to ensure durability and enhance the resonance of the instrument.

 

How to play Asalato?

To play the Asalato, one must hold the instrument in one hand and move it back and forth by using a twisting wrist motion. This motion causes the wooden shells to strike against each other, creating rhythmic and percussive sounds. The Asalato requires dexterity and coordination due to its unique playing technique.

Purchases are shipped from our warehouse in Kollegal, a small town near Mysore in India, by reputed courier partners. Please allow the following number of days from receipt of your order.

  • Most orders are processed within 1-2 business days unless the making time is long which is mentioned in the description. You can expect delivery of domestic orders in India within 3-7 business days. For locations that are in the interiors or complex coverage area, this may take more working days.
  • Order deliveries are made between 9AM – 6 PM Monday – Saturday excluding public holidays.
  • If you have any issues with tracking your order, you can email us at care@sarveda.com or Whatsapp us in the link below.
  • Shipping and handling rates may vary based on product, packaging, size, volume, type, and other considerations. The shipping and handling charges are given at the time of check out, and consumers will know about this before making payments.
  • Sarveda is not responsible for damage after delivery.
  • There are no hidden charges when you buy any product from us. The prices listed on our website are inclusive of all taxes. The final price includes shipping charges based on your location

Care Instructions :

When it comes to taking care of your Asalato, there are several important instructions to keep in mind.

● First and foremost, it is crucial to handle your Asalato with care and avoid dropping it or subjecting it to any kind of rough handling.

● Additionally, it is important to regularly clean and maintain your Asalato to ensure its longevity and optimal performance. Cleaning your Asalato regularly involves wiping it down with a soft dry cloth after each use to remove any dirt or residue. Avoid using liquids or water when cleaning the Asalato as this can damage the instrument.

Key features :

● Our Asalato weighs 50 grams, making it lightweight and easy to handle.
● The diameter of each shell is roughly 5cm and the length of the string attached to the wooden shells is roughly 13cm
● The shells are typically made from high-quality wood to ensure durability and enhance the resonance of the instrument.

 

How to play Asalato?

To play the Asalato, one must hold the instrument in one hand and move it back and forth by using a twisting wrist motion. This motion causes the wooden shells to strike against each other, creating rhythmic and percussive sounds. The Asalato requires dexterity and coordination due to its unique playing technique.

Purchases are shipped from our warehouse in Kollegal, a small town near Mysore in India, by reputed courier partners. Please allow the following number of days from receipt of your order.

  • Most orders are processed within 1-2 business days unless the making time is long which is mentioned in the description. You can expect delivery of domestic orders in India within 3-7 business days. For locations that are in the interiors or complex coverage area, this may take more working days.
  • Order deliveries are made between 9AM – 6 PM Monday – Saturday excluding public holidays.
  • If you have any issues with tracking your order, you can email us at care@sarveda.com or Whatsapp us in the link below.
  • Shipping and handling rates may vary based on product, packaging, size, volume, type, and other considerations. The shipping and handling charges are given at the time of check out, and consumers will know about this before making payments.
  • Sarveda is not responsible for damage after delivery.
  • There are no hidden charges when you buy any product from us. The prices listed on our website are inclusive of all taxes. The final price includes shipping charges based on your location
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