Latin Percussion Shake-ItItem ID: LPShakeIt
Compact, Durable Metal Shaker
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This Compact Shaker is Tough Enough for the Road!The Latin Percussion Shake-It compact metal shaker puts a go-to percussion sound easily in the palm of your hand! Shake-It features a durable, cylindrical metal design that's both very easy to hold and very durable. You can shake it lightly for softer sounds, or shake it harder to make louder, more cutting sounds. Percussionists love this shaker, thanks to its small size, great sound, and roadworthy design. You'll love how affordable and easy to play this shaker is. Great for a wide array of musical styles, the Latin Percussion Shake-It is go-to percussion!
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The Latin Percussion Shake-It is a great-sounding, affordable, and durable percussion instrument!
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Reviewsbased on 1 review
Sounds great...until the end comes off tiny metal beads go everywhere in your studio
by Ken from United StatesI thought it would be nice to have a little shaker around the studio when the inspiration arose, so I bought this little gem. It worked great on the very first session right up until the artist moved ... read more [+]from a constant beat to a rattle ending. The plastic end popped off and the metal beads went everywhere. We spent the next hour cleaning it up. So much for an inspirational one off. I since filled the thing with rice and taped the ends shut. It really chaps me when the simplest of things are overlooked. It really doesn't matter what the thing sounds like if it doesn't even stay together. poor. close [-]
February 26, 2013
Music Background: Engineer, Producer, Guitarist, Vocalist.
Christopher , Savannah, GA