Latin Percussion Vibra Slap II

Percussion Instrument with Wooden Sound Chamber/Ball and Metal Frame - Standard
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A Fun Percussion Essential

Originally conceived from the rattle of the Peruvian quijada (horse/donkey jawbone instrument), the LP Vibra Slap lives on in notoriety thanks to the intros of Ozzy's "Crazy Train" and Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion," as well as countless concert and percussion ensemble pieces. The LP Vibra Slap Standard can be held in the hand and struck against the palm or upper thigh to punctuate parts with its distinctive teeth chatter, or just as easily mounted to a stand for drum set use. Different tones can be achieved by rotating the sound chamber inside the body. Make your bridge or intro a memorable one with the LP Vibra Slap from Sweetwater.

LP Vibra Slap Standard Features:

  • Evolved from the Peruvian quijada (horse/donkey jawbone instrument)
  • Creates a distinctive chattering-teeth tone
  • A crowd pleaser for bands to percussion ensembles
  • Great for punctuating pauses and texturizing intros
  • Can be played in the hand or mounted to a stand

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number LP208

Customer Reviews

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Green Tambourine

I am a multi-percussionist. This instrument is perfect for playing Green Tambourine by The Lemon Pipers. Thank you.

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