A sansa is a little African flick instrument, made of flathammered nails fastened to a board. the nails may be moved a little, allowing to tune the instrument. To improve the sound of the instrument, it is sometimes placed in a hollow calabas shell.

How it works:

The tone is determined by the length of the svinging body. It can be adjusted to fit the right tone. The tone is transmitted to the base.

Other informations
Made by: Unsigned
Made in: Africa 1985
Materials: Unknown kind of wood, iron nails
Condition: Ready for use