[NAMM] Toca Jingle Sidekick
Toca's new Jingle Sidekick has a 6" tuneable-head tambourine with a mounting bracket that lets it attach to a 3/8" percussion rod, making it possible as an addition to a drumset or percussion setup.
The Jingle Sidekick has a gloss black acrylic shell, and four rows of double nickel-plated jingles and tuneable synthetic head combine to give it a "bright, penetrating sound", according to Toca.
Its tuning system is similar to that of a Brazilian tamborim, and a tuning wrench is supplied.
The Jingle Sidekick is sensitive enough to be played with the hands, but tough enough to withstand the impact of drumsticks.
For more info, visit Toca Percussion.
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