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Meinl percussion introduces the Foot Cabasa, which allows the percussionist to play and maintain a cabasa rhythm by foot while the hands play the congas or other drums.


This instrument features a large Turbo Cabasa mounted on a foot pedal, which adds a new sound to your setup. It can be set for either a single or double-stroke, which means that the cabasa sound can be heard on the down-stroke only, or on both down and upstrokes.

It also adds a whole new world of sounds and playing options for drum set players as well.

Size: Large
Material: Steel chain and stainless steel cylinder Wooden body Black powder coated pedal
Features: Optional single or double-stroke setting
Includes:
Drum key
Foot pedal

Foot Cabasa (patent pending) FCA5-L $259.00

For more information, visit their web site at www.meinl.de.
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