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Percussion user reviews


    Lp SHAKER SOFT SHAKE - moosers's review


    The LP Shaker Soft Shake is a double barreled percussion instrument designed by one of the leading companies in the world when it comes to percussion.  I've only used the LP Shaker Soft Shake in recording situations as opposed to live shows, but it i…

  • Lp Tambourin

    Lp Tambourin - moosers's review


    The LP Tambourine is a standard model version of the well known percussion instrument. I have used this instrument mostly for recording but have also used it for live shows and I've never been unhappy with the tone of this tambourine. I find that t…


    Remo TAMBOURIN 2 ROWS FIXED HEAD - JackLudden's review


    I've been using this tambourine for about 4 years. It was a gift to me, so I didn't select it myself. I have to say, this is not a good tambourine. First of all, the head on it gives a very hollow, annoyingly tuned ring which is hard to completely…

  • Lp Quinto classic

    Lp Quinto classic - Drummerguy's review


    These drums are wonderful drums. I've owned a set of four for 2 years now and absolutely love them. I personally only think there are three better sounding drums out there today- The vintage Gon Bops era drums, drums by Isla percussion (http://isla…


    Lp SHEKERE PRO - Drummerguy's review


    First off- ain't nothing like the real thing....baby. But for those of you who are not inclined to dry your own gourds and string your own chekere, this is not a bad instrument. The instrument is fiberglass, as opposed to a real gourd, which create…

  • Latin Percussion patato serie

    Latin Percussion patato serie - Drummerguy's review


    These aren't bad drums at all- I played them extensively in college and have a lot of experience on other drums (in a variety of situations!) to compare them against. First off you've got to realize what you give and what you get: These drums are m…

  • Lp Congas Matador

    Lp Congas Matador - Drummerguy's review


    These are not bad drums, but they're not the top of the line for sure. The first conga I owned was a Matador conga, and it did its job and sounded fine and basically fit what I needed it to do perfectly. This line of drums (in the LP catalog) are r…

  • Lp Compact Congas

    Lp Compact Congas - Drummerguy's review


    The LP compact conga is an amazing invention (I've been practicing with one for about 3 years now). This instrument is suitable and pretty much perfect for practicing as it is easily transportable- all you need is this drum and a snare stand! This …

  • Lp Matador M201

    Lp Matador M201 - Drummerguy's review


    I've owned these drums for about 7 years and I have mixed feelings about them. These are not the top of the line bongos from LP- most notably above it are the 'Generation II,' 'Galaxy,' and 'Giovanni Hidalgo' lines of drums. At the same time these …

  • Latin Percussion Mini Timbales LP845K

    Latin Percussion Mini Timbales LP845K - "Latin Percussion Mini Timbales"


    Bought from Wembley Drum Centre, London UK in 2002. Paid £149 for 6"+ 8" model Great sounds, easy to tune and adds some serious colour to your run-of-the-mill drum kit voices. These mini timbales project better than you might imagine- I've used them…