We are vibration makers base in Thailand, our goals focus on creating a beautiful dynamic sound on steel sound sculptures as known as handpan, pantam, or cupola. Our sound sculpture “MUTA” which mean ‘happiness’ are made from local stainless steel which craft by hand, passion and love.
You can check our Sound models here
MUTA 50 (Inner diameter 50 cm.)
Ding (Bass notes) + 7 tonefields( notes) 47,000 Thai bath ( around 1,600 USD depend on exchange rate)
MUTA 53 (Inner diameter 53 cm.)
Around 53,000 Thai bath (around 1,750 USD) depended on scale.
** For more notes plus+ bottom notes plus please contact us
** Price are not including bag, shipping fee and imported TAX fee at your country.
How to buy or Order
Our workshop is base in Bangkok, you can try and pick up your instruments here (recommended) or we can ship them to you.
We try to stock every scales we made in our workshop so you can try before make a decision, please contact us for arranging our time to test and try.
If you would like to order and/or ship your MUTA to your address you can request by sending us a mail to email@example.com with these information;
• Subject : ORDER MUTA
• Your Full Name
• Your Email Address
• Shipping address and Phone Number (don’t forget your postal code)
• Your choice of scale/size/number of notes and any other requests you may have if you wish to do so. If you choose an existing scale, please copy/paste the name of the scale from the sound model page. If it is a custom scale please inform every notes clearly.
We will reply and let you know when we can start building your handpan as well as give you an estimate of when it will be finished as soon as possible.
How do I know which scale to choose
About the scale, Now we are exploring the art of scale. You can check the scale in our Sound model.
If you want to order custom scale please send us your scale information clearly and we will contact you again.
We will update soon!
We prefer people to pick up MUTA in person at our workshop in Bangkok, however shiping can be arranged. We will ship MUTA in our semi softcase bag or protected packaging(if no bag) which will have to be paid by the customer for safety protection+shipping costs. So if you order by shipping this is additional cost you have to pay;
• Box Packaging 10 USD
• Protected Packaging 10 USD (If not order bag)
• Shipping Fee with full insurance (6-10 days) , this is an estimated shipping fee from Logispost world service from Thailand post;
China (South), Malaysia, Singapore, HongKong — 3750 Thai Bath
China (North), Japan — 5150 Thai Bath
Australia, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, Korea, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar — 5500 Thai Bath
France — 6625 Thai Bath
United States, Canada — 7000 Thai Bath
United Kingdom, New Zealand, India — 7000 Thai Bath
Norway, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Germany — 9000 Thai Bath
Russia, Israel, Ukraine — 11750 Thai Bath
For another countries or Fedex rates you can check approximately rate by yourself at https://www.fedex.com/ratefinder/mobilehome The dimension weight for filling the form is 30 Kilograms.
*** Please contact us directly for an accurate shipping fee.
****Please be aware that a shipped Package will cause customs and/or VAT and/or other charges depending on your address, some details are below
Custom Duty/ VAT / import tax or other charges
Customers have to pay any tax by themself after the order arrive at their country. Our products are built in Thailand, so, if you place an order from us, normally, it means you “import musical instrument from Thailand”
Normally, after the package lands on your conuntry , your custom will estimate your tax which base on your instrument value (we declare order value to custom), the procession calls “Custom Clearence”. They will contact you if you need pay tax ( that is why we need your phone number ), you may need pay tax to custom directly or pay to Fedex/DHL/UPS etc delivery agency alternatively before you can get your package.
Right now, MUTA team are just On and Hon. They make everything from flat stainless steel sheet mostly by their hands. The process of making one complete instrument takes 5-6 weeks or more depend on many factors and they still can make just only 2-3 instruments per month. You can follow their journey on our facebook page. And you can contact them via our contact form or email: firstname.lastname@example.org