Pearl Travel Congas deliver real conga sound from a compact 3-½” depth drum that can be carried literally in a backpack! The wood shell and stave construction is identical to their full-size congas and the Remo FiberSkyn 3 synthetic head yields outstanding tone while resisting fluctuations from changes in temperature or humidity. Five precision Allen bolts provide accurate and easy tuning via the included foam-handle Allen wrench. The Pearl Travel Conga can be played on your lap or mounted on More Info »
Professional-size, professional-grade drums built from Plantation grown Parawood. Classic Gon Bops teardrop crown hoops add the legendary quality and feel of vintage Gon Bops drums, and smart design Gon Bops side and backing plates add extended tunability and strength. Three quality finishes available in four sizes. Colors Available: Burnt Toast, Natural, Walnut Stain
These are top of the line conga drums. They are made of aged Oak and come in all 3 standard conga sizes: 11" Quinto,11.75" Conga and 12.5" Tumba. The aged oak, because of its density, produces a very focused attack. The hoops are contoured for easier hand playing and they come in a striking "Cherry Wood" finish. The heads are top quality cow skin and produce a warm, rounded sound. If you are looking for professional quality congas these are a favorite More Info »
The Primero Congas are made of Thai Oak and are in a Natural wood finish. They come in 2 sizes: 10" and 11". Stands are optional and available in basket style or adjustable height. The Primero line also produces a model in Fiberglass which is very durable and a great product for pre-college schools. They come in a black finish.
The Pearl Bobby Allende Fiberglass Congas have the projection of Fiberglass and yet the warmth of wood. The drums are 28" high which is the traditional "salsa" drum size. Hoops are contoured and the base has rubber protection built in. They are all seamless fiberglass and will vibrate freely. Bobby Allende assisted Pearl in designing these congas and did a fantastic job. Available in Confetti color.
The Pearl Richie Flores Signature Congas are made of aged Thai Oak and feature contour rims and are 30" in height. The heads are skin and hand picked for top quality. They have a warm, wood sound but project well. Richie's design is for the professional player who is looking for a versatile conga that will work well in an ensemble. Available in 3 sizes with a stunning Lunar Eclipse finish.
Gon Bops Fiesta Congas are 10-inch and 11-inch diameter drums in natural lacquer finish with black hardware and natural hide heads. These drums feature lightweight comfort top rings and Gon Bops smart design side plates. Gon Bops Fiesta Congas offer tone and durability typically found at a much higher price point. They are ideal for students and recreational players, or as a grab-and-go second set of drums. Built from plantation-grown Parawood. Available individually, or as a set which and includes More Info »
Gon Bops founder Mariano Bobadilla built only one line of drums special enough to carry his name. Today, Gon Bops are proud to offer a modern version of these legendary instruments. Their vintage character has been preserved using traditional counter hoops, Gon Bops natural hide heads and Durian wood construction. One-of-a-kind, Mariano drums offer authentic sound, from big, beefy open tones to crisp slaps and solid palm sounds. If you are ready to move up to a truly classy set More Info »
Alex Acuna Signature Congas feature traditional Gon Bops teardrop top ring for vintage quality and feel, and smart design Gon Bops side and backing plates for extended tuning range and strength. Crafted in the traditional Cuban shape using only the finest North American Ash, Alex Acuna Congas sound amazing on stage or in studio! Colors Available: Natural Lacquer
This Item is NOT Available at this time How do you build the finest drums in the world? You begin with hand-selected, quarter-sawn Appalachian Red Oak. Each stave is meticulously cut and bent by hand. Steel rings are hammered into place and the staves are allowed to cure for months. The shells are hand-glued, hammered into place and turned by skilled craftsmen who have used these traditional methods for over 30 years. By the time they are hand-sanded to a More Info »