The Kalimba B7 is the ‘sister’ of the B9 and is likewise a small and handy instrument with a solid resonance corpus of American cherrywood. The measurements of both instruments are the same but the tuning, number and breadth of the tines differ. Due to the deeper tones of the seven pentatonically-tuned tines, the vibrations are felt particularly strongly in the hands. For this reason, the B7 is especially favoured by therapists. The sound of the instrument can be amplified by laying it on or sticking it onto a tabletop or the skin of a drum. The tuning of the Kalimba B7 is pentatonic C. The sounds produced are therefore always in harmony and so beginners also enjoy immediate success with their instrument.