Strips of thin metal mounted across a frame best describes the construction of the Rhythm Tech Ribbon Crasher. It has a bright, metallic sound which is very loud and brash and will cut through all instrumentation. It is used as a rhythm instrument as well as a sound effect. The Crasher has a "Rock Lock" mount interface attached that will mount to any 3/8" rod. Two sizes are available: 11" and 15".
Nothing else feels, plays or sounds like the original and legendary Rhythm Tech ergonomic, headless tambourine in rich, full brass jingles. Rhythm Tech Tambourines have been popular for many years. The unique design shape makes the instrument easy to hold and control. The plastic frame is durable and holds up to heavy playing. Often seen in Pop and Rock groups, the tambourine comes in two different jingle models. The Brass model is darker and more controlled. Various colors are available More Info »
The Anytime-Anywhere Snare, The Rhythm Tech Laptop is the perfect product for every level, style and age of player. Use it as a practice pad or drum. It requires no tuning, has a 13" diameter, is an inch high and weighs less than a pound. Black denier-nylon bag, with stick pocket and shoulder strap, included. It's perfect for both students, and professionals! Snares attached. Great for brush playing.
Rhythm Tech Tambourines have been popular for many years. The Mountable model is ideal for drum set playing or mounting on a holder. The plastic frame is durable and holds up to heavy playing. Often seen in Pop and Rock groups, the tambourine comes in two different jingle models. The Nickel jingles sound bright with good projection. The Brass model is darker and more controlled. Various colors are available with black and white most popular.
Developed from the traditional afuche using a metal cylinder in place of a gourd and metal links replacing seeds, the Rhythm Tech Cabasa has been very popular primarily for the ease of movement and the foam padded handle. Hand-held, it is good for Latin, Hip-hop and other grooves as well as a necessary sound effect. A hand-held piccolo cabasa is also available.
Designed to replace the old style wood tambourine used on top of the hi-hat for effect, the Rhythm Tech Hat Trick has a strong Polymer frame that will hold up for heavy hits. The newest design of the Hat Trick is the G2 version which features a Quick Knob Release for easy on and off placement. There is a Double Hat Trick using two rows of jingles and the classic single row version. Nickel and Brass jingles are options on More Info »
The Mountable Gig Tray is a well designed percussion holder. It mounts off of a cymbal or straight stand and will accommodate hanging tambourines, triangle, headless tambourine and other small instruments. Made of tough powder-coated steel and measuring 13 1/2" wide x 7 1/2" deep, the MGT has a soft, silent, no-slip Neoprene surface which keeps noise down when picking up and putting down instruments.
Any mountable instrument that goes on a 3/8" rod is mountable at a comfortable playing angle. This will mount off your cymbal stand or any stand and comes with an angled holder. Great for cowbells, tambourines, woodblocks, etc.
The Quad Mount features four bent rods (three 30° and one 90°) to mount cowbells,mountable tambourines & other accessories on any stand with a rod or tube 3/8" to 1" in diameter. Up to eight instruments can be mounted by using all of the rods. We have found this to be a very compact and usable mounting system especially when there are space limitations.
Rhythm Tech Studio Shakers are made of black plastic and ideal for recording and close miking. They come in two sizes: 5" and 9". Easy to grip, the Rhythm Tech Studio Shakers are clean sounding and will melt into the mix. They are subtle and unobtrusive.
The Live Shakers are constructed of a seamless tube of hardened aluminum. They are 9" long and primarily used for live playing. They are clean sounding, have good projection and will cut through electronic instruments. Often used in Brazilian groups as a ganza. Available in Red and Blue.
Rhythm Tech Tambourines have been popular for many years. The unique design shape makes the instrument easy to hold and control. The plastic frame is durable and holds up to heavy playing. Often seen in Pop and Rock groups, the tambourine comes in two different jingle models. The Nickel jingles sound bright with good projection. Various colors are available with black and white being the most popular.