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[NAMM] Pearl new percussion and finishes

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Pearl Primero Pro Congas PFC-302627
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Pearl has released new percussion with new finishes.


New hand-applied lacquer Neuron Green Fade (#627) finish will mesmerize you and your audience by its random and organic-like pattern (no two drums are the same!). In addition, the hardware is copper plated to blend perfectly with this revolutionary finish. Available on Primero Pro fiberglass congas and bongos.

Primero Pro Finish :


PFC302DX 11.75”/12.5” Fiberglass Set (No Stands) $599.00
PFC303DX 11.75”/12.5” Fiberglass Set (Twin Stand) $699.00


PFB 627

New travel Congas
Like the current 11 ¾” model, the new 11” Quinto and 12 ½” Tumba feature wood shells and stave construction (identical to the full-size congas) and the Remo FiberSkyn 3 synthetic head for outstanding tone that is unaffected by changes in temperature or humidity. Five precision Allen bolts provide accurate and easy tuning via the included foam-handle Allen wrench. The Travel Conga can be played on your lap or mounted on a snare stand and integrated into your drumset or percussion set-up.



Travel Conga stand is designed rock solid stability, and lightening fast set-ups and pack-ups. The stand includes a “Y” bracket that attaches to the bottom of your Travel Conga and mounts to the stand centered directly under the drum for maximum stability. The Travel Conga stand comes with a carrying bag that includes a pocket for the optional PPS50TC Bridge that connects two stands together to minimize creeping while performing. Two Travel Congas (bags for Travel Congas are available separately) and two stands can be carried with ease while having one hand free.






Elite Mahogany Series congas and bongos feature our new Cosmic Sparkle (#531) high gloss finish that shimmers in a rainbow of colors depending on the angle of light. Standard features include our exclusive “Spline-Joint” staves for shell strength and a blended shell of Para Wood and Mahogany for improved volume and increased mid and low frequencies. Other features include our NEW Contour Crown Rims with a lower profile for greater comfort on your hands and our exclusive Self-Aligning Washer System (S.A.W.S.) that isolate the tension hooks from the inner walls of the lugs for greater tuning ease. Pearl Elite Mahogany, where state-of-the-art construction creates state-of-the-art sound.



Model #:
PCW110MX 11” Quinto $599.00
PCW117MX 11.75” Conga $679.00
PCW125MX 12.5” Tumba $699.00
PBW300MX 7” & 9” Bongos $379.00
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