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Tambourines user reviews

  • Remo Tambourine

    Remo Tambourine - moosers's review

    07/12/10

    Remo’s standard Tambourine is a 10 inch percussion instrument that I’ve used for recording with a friend of mine. I don’t own the instrument as it was his, but we’ve recorded with it a number of times in my home studio. The Tambourine is 10 inches …

  • Remo Prince Symbol Tambourine

    Remo Prince Symbol Tambourine - mooseherman's review

    03/28/10

    This is a tambourine made by Remo that features the Prince symbol, from his days as "the artist formerly known as Prince." It has a black skin and frame, with the logo being in a tan, almost beige color. The drum has 8 pairs of jingles, has a 10'' di…

  • Millenium Pandeiro

    Millenium Pandeiro - mooseherman's review

    03/25/10

    This is an interesting percussive instrument. I haven't been able to find too many of these around, and this is the one that I usually see for a relatively cheap price. According to the people I've discussed and my own attempts at playing the pandeir…

  • Stagg TAB-2

    Stagg TAB-2 - moosers's review

    03/16/10

    The Stagg Tab 2 1/2 Size Tambourine with 16 cymbals is a simple percussion instrument, which I own and have used for both live shows and recording. I'm not a drummer, but I do often play different percussion instruments on my own recordings and on p…

  • Lp Tambourin

    Lp Tambourin - moosers's review

    06/07/09

    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

    Remo TAMBOURIN 2 ROWS FIXED HEAD - JackLudden's review

    08/10/08

    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…

Translated user reviews
  • Meinl TAH1AB

    Meinl TAH1AB - " go well in the mix too"
    translated

    12/12/13

    Made of goatskin / Meinl in Thailand, a row of jingles, ergonomic rubber grip, real wood well varnished. I've had a year or two, it goes well in the mix and gives a little more human in the parts of software drumkit (hydrogen Linux). Or animations …

  • Meinl TAMBOURIN BOIS - 2 RANGEES DE CYMBALETTES EN LAITON

    Meinl TAMBOURIN BOIS - 2 RANGEES DE CYMBALETTES EN LAIT… - " Acute, but good!"
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    12/05/13

    The real tambourine with brass jingles breakthrough in the insured mix! However it will be too big and heavy for fast rhythm. Great for a double charley for example, or to play chopsticks. I tried lots of tambourines, shakers and others, and this one…

  • Meinl TAH2M-SNT

    Meinl TAH2M-SNT - " a pandeiro, which is not one original!"
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    12/05/13

    month, just! I tried "real" pandeiro craft before, it has the advantage of having super jingles, skin however could be more tense. The woods are selected and leave the live sound. In contrast, the default (and the advantage that the points of view) o…

  • Meinl Tmt1

    Meinl Tmt1 - " Power and good sound"
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    09/13/12

    In fact, I just bought it so I do not have much recoil. But I had tried for several songs at a friend and I really liked the sound and also the power of sound. I have tried other low-end models in the store. But my choice was made. It is not the …