The LP187 combines mallet and tambourine functionality, allowing the percussionist to play cymbals or other percussion instruments while producing the sound of a tambourine. The jingles are produced with a special metallic alloy, to allow better sound projection.
Add another color to your rhythm with the LP187 Jingle Stick tambourine.
It is a simple instrument, but it opens up immense possibilities. Very practical to use alone by a vocalist, for example, thanks to its ergonomic shape, the potential of the LP187 Jingle Stick is even more visible when replacing a stick in the hands of an inventive drummer.
With the LP187 Jingle Stick, drummers can play normal rhythms but add a new color to their sound. For playing hi-hats, rides, cowbells or even alternating with loose strokes and toms, the LP187 Jingle Stick delivers an extra steady, catchy sound.
Designed with a very practical shape, the LP187 Jingle Stick has a sponge handle, very effective especially in faster rhythms and comfortable for prolonged use. Dimensions are ideal for most musicians: 1 x 14.8 x 5.8 inches or 2.54 x 37.59 x 14.73 centimeters.
The construction is very solid, ideal for intensive and energetic use. The sound is well defined and present thanks to a special metallic alloy used in the manufacture of the jingles, which project the sound with great quality and volume.
Latin Percussion emerged in the 1960s in the United States by Martin Cohen to respond to the lack of Cuban percussion instruments caused by the trade embargo imposed by Washington at the time.
Latin Percussion instruments began to set the pace in Latin Jazz bands of the time, but were quickly used by musicians in a variety of styles, and are now one of the most prestigious percussion instrument brands in the industry and the favorite of some of the most popular musicians in the world. last decades.
Add another instrument to your rhythmic arsenal with the LP187 Jingle Stick tambourine and give new flavors to your percussion.