When you need a strong, durable wood block the Pearl Clave Blocks come to the rescue. They come in three different pitches: Low (Orange), Medium (Yellow), and High (Green). Pearl's clave blocks are injection molded so they're virtually indestructible, and the the solid color will never chip, fade or peel. The exclusive CDV (Chamber Density Variation) Technology process allows all three clave blocks to be the same dimensions, but still differ in pitch. The blocks have a bracket installed for mounting.
Crafted from exotic rosewood, these claves are bright and high-pitched in tone. Their piercing attack provides plenty of cut for Latin and Jazz music!
The sounds of the Caribbean come alive with the World's Best Beginning Steel Drum! The Jumbie Jam is the epitome of a beginner's mini steel drum. Made by Panyard, this musical instrument is very affordable and a great gift idea! Tuned to the scale of G, the notes of this steel pan drum are clean and well defined. While intended for beginners, it is a professional percussion instrument. Available in Silver or Blue color. The Jumbie Jam Steel Drum is More Info »
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 »
In traditional Samba bands the Tamborim is normally hand held and pitched extremely high. The Pearl PBT60C Brazilian Tamborim is a great little hand drum with a plastic head. It comes with a Quick-Draw Mount for fast change over from stand mounting to hand grip. This affords the percussionist the optional luxury for drum set players and percussionists to be able to mount the instrument off of a rack or holder thereby giving more freedom to play other instruments. There More Info »
The Goshen Fifteen-Key Mbira —also known as a "thumb piano" or "kalimba"— is made from select hard-shelled gourd and features 15 keys for two octaves tuned to a major scale. The keys are of smoothly finished spring steel. The pianos have two finger holes for vibrato effects and come with a rawhide strap and basic playing instructions. No two gourds are exactly the same in shape or size, therefore your gourd thumb piano will be unique in shape and size More Info »
7" Double iron gong with high and low tone (in Brazil this double bell is called an Agogo) traditionally from Ghana. Wood playing stick is included. Gankogui is the name of this double bell or gong. It is constructed from iron. In Ewe music in general, and during Atsiã in particular, gankogui keeps the time. Gankogui is vital to any performance as it serves as a common reference point for everyone in the group - drummers as well as dancers More Info »
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 Pearl Ash Tone Blocks are staved wood and come with a swivel mounting bracket. They are extremely durable and great for high volume and have a bright, wood sound quality. These are excellent if you need an add-on for clave rhythm or sound effect. Available in 3 sizes and pitches: High, Medium, and Low.
The Contemporanea Ginga Tamborim is made in Brazil and designed for samba and similar styles of playing. It is 6" in diameter and has a plastic skin for durability and high pitched tuning. Reasonably priced and well constructed. 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.
Rawhide Maracas provide dynamic mid-range pitch with darker tone than plastic maracas. Gon Bops Rawhide Poquito Maracas are more sensitive than the larger Rawhide Maracas.
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(shown). <
The Goshen Double-Bridge Mbira —also known as a “thumb piano” or “kalimba”— is made with select hard-shelled gourd. The double bridge has eight keys on the top row and eight keys on the bottom row. The keys are smoothly finished spring steel. The pianos have two finger holes for vibrato effects and come with a rawhide strap and basic playing instructions. No two gourds are exactly the same in shape or size, therefore your gourd thumb piano will be unique More Info »
The Pearl Bobby Allende Bongos feature a fiberglass body with plenty of high end! They are 7" and 8.5" drums with contour rims. Bobby helped design these bongos with projection and articulation being the main features. They are available in Confetti color. Heads are Remo synthetic.
Nickeled brass doumbek. Engraved with floral patterns, jingles mounted inside. Tunable with bolts. Comes with a Remo Fiberskyn® head. Available in 8", 10" and 12" head sizes. Please contact us if you would like a different style of head.
An ideal hand drum for producing low bass tones, the Remo Bahia Buffalo Drum is designed for easy movement with back rope handle strapping. Constructed with the vinyl Bahia Bass fixed pre-tuned drumhead with Remo’s patented Acousticon® drum shells, the Bahia Buffalo Drum provides excellent projection and enhanced low-pitched fundamentals which are ideal for recreational, educational and wellness applications. The drum size is 16" x 3.5". A soft mallet is included.
Pete Engelhart began crafting metal percussion instruments after spending time in Brazil in the 1950's. He combined his life long love of jazz, a knowledge of latin rhythms and sounds, and his ability as an artist to produce complicated resonant tuned bells. Pete has now been hand crafting metal percussion for nearly 45 years. He has designed a large variety of highly creative instruments that are now used worldwide by many professional musicians. The Reco-Reco BNC is a combination of More Info »
The Frame drum originates in the Middle East and is among the oldest of drums. Frame drums can be played using a traditional style with fingers, striking edge of drum producing a "tak" tone. It can also be held with one hand and played with a soft mallet or straddled between the knees like a bongo drum. Whether you are a professional drummer or just want to have fun at a drum circle with family or friends, the Remo frame More Info »
Fifty 5/8" jingle-shaped brass bells are braided into each of two approximately 45" cords for a grand total of 100 bells. The bell section lengths are approximately 25”—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 »
Tre35 Classic Chime TreeWorks' most popular and best-selling model, the full size Tre35 single row. For live performance where your sound requires greater strength and resonance; Classic Chimes utilize T-6 tempered, custom aluminum/ titanium alloy bars. (.375" diameter) Tre35db Double Row Chime This new double row version of the Tre35 features 69 individually hand-tied bars with TreeWorks' unique design that allows each row to be played separately. A long sweep to both rows delivers a full, dramatic sound, while playing More Info »