Latin Percussion Vibra Slap II

Percussion Instrument with Wooden Sound Chamber and Ball and Metal Frame
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Latin Percussion Vibra Slap II
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A Fun-to-play Percussion Essential!

The Latin Percussion Vibra Slap II is an indispensible part of any percussion toolbox. It's incredibly easy to use, gives you a warm, woody rattling tone, and is made from quality materials. The Vibra Slap II evolved from the original Vibra Slap, which was created to provide a reliable alternative to the more delicate and less consistent rattling horse jawbone. To get different tones from this instrument, simply rotate the sound chamber. If you're looking for a distinctive-sounding percussion instrument that's easy to play, check out the Vibra Slap II!

Latin Percussion Vibra Slap II Features:
  • A very popular percussion instrument
  • Wood ball and sound chamber
  • metal frame/handle
  • Warm, crisp sound
  • Easy to play
The Latin Percussion Vibra Slap II is a percussion essential that's also very fun to play!

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number LP208

Customer Reviews

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Perfect for Sweet Emotion

Perfect sound and tone for Areosmith's Sweet Emotion intro. Very satisfied.
Music background: 25 years of percussion and drums

I wish they would have carried the Vibra-Slap II Deluxe

The Vibra-Slap has always been my favorite percussion sound effect. This unit works just fine, but the deluxe edition has a longer ring-out time and a slightly lower, fuller sounding timbre.
Music background: Professional Vocalist

Check out BOTH the LP208 and LP209

I bought this without knowing there was a bigger version with deeper tone and longer sustain - which is what I was looking for. This is the LP208, its bigger brother is the LP209. I have now bought both, and the 209 is more useful overall, in my opinion. Though there is a good case to be made for owning both for a choice of tones. LP also makes a metal one, but before you buy that you should hear the sound sample on LP's web site - that one rings like a bell, which isn't necessarily desirable in a Vibra-Slap effect.
Music background: Bass Player, local band

Sweetwater Advice

Ryan Murphy

You can't cover "Crazy Train" without a Vibra-Slap.
See also: Latin Percussion, Latin Percussion Vibraslaps