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[NAMM] Toca Jingle Sidekick

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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.

 

Pricing

RRP £42

 

For more info, visit Toca Percussion.

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