These accessories provide proper solutions for different needs and disabilities. Playing may be adjusted by particular handles, by a simpler set-up of 3 keys instead of the standard 5 keys, and by additional supportive equipment.
Arcana can be adjusted to accommodate those with different physical abilities. Even those who use their feet, mouth or other parts of the body. The E-Box enriches the instrument further. By connecting to different switches and sensors using the E-Box, players with certain physical or learning difficulties can benefit from a playing experience that is suited specifically for their needs. The E-Box has six inputs; 5 that can be used to replace the 5 keys, and another one which can replace the strum stick. The E-box enables connectivity with standard switches and sensors that are in frequent use by people who have various disabilities. In addition, external switches, such as movement sensors, light sensors can also be used, so that anyone can play the Arcana Strum comfortably.$89
The Y handle, secures and bonds the hand/foot in cases where the player’s muscle tone is very flexible and movements are less controlled. The strap can be adjusted to hold both a hand or a foot.$89
The flat handle is similar to the bonded-strip handle – it secures the hand or foot. The main difference is its small size and its flatter shape. It is a great accessory that allows more flexibility, so players can use their arm, wrist or elbow freely, while strumming.$59
The narrow handle is a simple upright rod that doesn’t contain a ball like structure. It is similar to a standard joystick handle. This handle was designed for audiences who require a unique grip. It is suitable especially for those who wish to use their thumb and index finger for holding, and it is convenient for anyone who requires a smaller surface handle, compared to the included handle.$29
This strum-stick handle has a ball styled handle. It's smaller than a golf ball, and is identical to the handle used in motorized wheelchairs. It can be grasped fully with the palm of the hand. Some people have difficulties playing with a large handle due to tight muscle tone they experience, therefore, playing with this smaller strum-stick can be more comfortable for them. It is suitable for those who have trouble opening their hand, those with limited finger control or even those who can only control the base of their wrist.$29