A modern version of the traditional African agogo bell, in a hardwood which produces brightly-pitched tones. Scrape the ridges or simply tap on the bells for a variety of rhythmic wood sounds. Use the ball end for louder sounds, and the handle for more subtle sounds. The ribbed cups give three different tones. Beater included. Dimensions are approximately 10" x 6.5". Also available: Wooden Double-Bell Agogo.
We have found the Danmar Grenadilla Claves to be the most consistent clave on the market. It has high, defined pitch and articulate projection. The dense grenadilla holds up well to extended play and the polished wood has a nice feel to it. Your clave rhythm will be enhanced by a pair of these!!
TreXL Soft Case - Extra Large Thick, 1/2 inch, foam on both sides. The lining allows the chimes to slide in easily. Extra large case recommended for single rowed chimes but will also fit Tre55 and Tre416. It will also fit other manufacturers' chimes up to 32-inches. Tre51 Hard-sided Gig Bag This new chime case has thick, 1/2 inch, foam on both sides plus the added protection of hard ABS plastic. There is a giant #10 zipper on three sides. More Info »
7" Double oval-shaped iron gong/bell are like the Gankoqui agogos but sit side by side. Originating in Nigeria, the Oghene double bells can be used for many styles of music. Hand forged by some of Nigeria's most skillful craftsmen, Oghene offers a unique, resonant and sustaining metallic bell sound. Play it with your fingers, hand, or with sticks. An exceptional percussion instrument, authentic in design, craftsmanship, and sound. Oghene is vital to any performance as it serves as a common More Info »
The Bodhran is the primary rhythmic accompaniment for Celtic and Irish music. This model measures 14"x 3.5", has a goatskin head and a beautiful walnut frame that has a black band around it with internal tuning. The player is able to tune the drum by adjusting hardware hidden inside. Equipped with fixed cross bars to help support hand and wrist when applying pressure to head from inside of frame. The 14 inch drum is extremely convenient to play and easily More Info »
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".
Set of 5 graduated brass bells. Each is engraved and very decorative. Play them in a band, or hang them from a gate or door. These bells are made in the northern Indian State of Uttar Pradesh which is well known for quality brass manufactories. Once cast, these solid brass bells are transported to a nearby town for coloring. Sizes: 3"; 2.25"; 2"; 1.75"; 1.5"
Constructed from wood and cowhide, this pair of shakers is typically played together to produce a "call-and-response" talking effect. Simply squeeze the skins to change the pitch and produce multiple sounds. Available in large and small sizes.
Very traditional in tuning, these Pearl mountable agogo bells are very popular in Samba groups and as a percussion accessory. Two versions are made, this one and a hand-held model.
Bendir 14 or 18 inch diameter. Rosewood construction with tunable goatskin. A traditional instrument of North Africa, more specifically in Morocco. A snare adds to the liveliness of these drums.
Located in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Contemporanea is the choice of musicians and samba schools worldwide. They supply the top samba schools in Rio and Sao Paulo. Their instruments capture the authentic sound of samba and bossa nova. Drummers World has been selling their products for over 30 years and recognizes the quality and craftsmanship these instruments provide. All pandeiros (Brazilian tambourines) listed feature 5 sets of jingles, key tunable (tuning key provided), and wood shells. These are limited in quantity. The More Info »
Remo Mondo Djembes feature the sleek look of the Contour Tuning Brackets adding comfort, style and tunablity with the Skyndeep drumhead. These are key tuned drums with synthetic heads for long lasting durabililty. Perfect in all weather conditions as the tuning is not affected by climate change. Remo has designed the drum based on the original West African djembe model utilizing their patented Acousticon shell. These have been extremely popular for drum circles, touring groups and recording. A rope carrying handle More Info »
100 5/8" jingle-shaped brass bells are braided into each of two approximately 70" cords for a grand total of 200 bells. The bell section lengths are approximately 50”—about two bells for every inch of cord. Cord color may vary. These bells are made in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh which is well known for quality brass manufacturers. Once cast, these solid brass bells are transported to Mumbai for assembly and export. Bells are primarily worn by Indian dancers More Info »
This Tamborim Stick by Pearl is an appropriate stick with which to play the tamborim. It features 7 plastic rods.
Twenty-five 5/8" jingle-shaped brass bells are braided into each of two approximately 36.5" cords for a grand total of fifty bells. The bell section lengths are approximately 12.5”—about two bells for every inch of cord. Cord color may vary. These bells are made in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh which is well known for quality brass manufacturers. Once cast, these solid brass bells are transported to Mumbai for assembly and export. Bells are primarily worn by Indian dancers More Info »
Weird, ethereal, eerie and creepy are all words used to describe the sound of the AquaSonic Waterphone. This is the instrument used in movie and TV soundtracks as well as theatre productions for sound effects in mysterious or suspenseful scenes. Waterphones by Aquasonic are played by bowing the tines or beating soft rubber mallets against the pegs or the bottom of the pan. We have sold AquaSonic Waterphones to Broadway shows, Symphony orchestras and Rock groups. If you need a sound to More Info »
Shakelets are a NEW accessory by Pearl's innovative percussion R&D team that feature exclusive "Ganzinellas", Brazilian-style plantinellas combined with ganza shakers, that are worn on the wrists to produce a shaker sound when playing. Clap your hands, shake them in the air, use them with drumsticks - the uses for Shakelets are virtually limitless. Shakelets are also useful for people living with disabilities to rekindle spatial awareness and to learn right from left. Most of all, Shakelets are just plain More Info »
Made with wood or a round cane or rattan material. Flattened bottle caps are used for the jingles. Makes a light metallic tambourine sound. They are easy to hold and play. Based on the ancient sistrum rattle found in Egypt and still played today in East Africa. Sound Sample
These ganzas(shakers) have been popular with Samba players and general percussionists for years. The aluminum body is hexagonal and easy to control. The shakers have a smooth, even sound. Because of the design you can get a lot of sound variations and pitches. Two models are available. The short(4") is ideal for studio, the long(7.5") for live performance.
This pair of smooth ebony bones each measure 7" long x 7/8" wide, with a slight curve. The thickness tapers over the length from 1/16" to 1/4". The dense hard ebony gives a clear tone when struck. Hold one between the index and middle fingers, so the flat side is between the fingers and the concave curve is toward you. This one should hang down along your inner wrist. The second one is held between the middle and ring fingers More Info »