Latin Percussion Professional Maracas

Maracas with Wood handles and Plastic Shells - Yellow
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These Durable, Affordable Maracas Sound Great

The Latin Percussion Professional Maracas give you classic sound, reliable performance, and durability, at a very friendly price! These Professional Maracas come in matched pairs, with one high-pitched and one lower-pitched (in keeping with the classic sound of maracas). These maracas are fun to play and give you a very bright and loud sound that can be heard even in loud musical environments. They include wooden handles and bright yellow plastic shells for maximum durability, visibility, and comfort. If you want to get the world-famous sound of great maracas at a great price, choose Latin Percussion Professional Maracas!

Latin Percussion Professional Maracas Features:
  • Matched pair of one high pitch and one low pitch
  • This variation in pitch is the way maracas were historically designed to produce the classic maraca sound
  • Traditionally a Latin instrument, these maracas are used in all styles of music to cut through live performances
  • Bright, loud sound with vibrant yellow plastic shells and wood handles
  • A great value
Latin Percussion Professional Maracas give you classic sound and durability at a friendly price!

Tech Specs

Type Maracas
Manufacturer Part Number LP281

Customer Reviews

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Loud maracas!

These maracas have volume! Most maracas need to be amped up with a microphone. Not these! Great for live performances. Not too much of a latin wood sound. Rather a deep rock tone with large beads and a thick plastic shell. I like them.

Latin Percussion Professional Maracas

These maracas are LOUD! And they sound great too. I wouldn't say they sound very Latin. A very different kind of sound than the wooden maracas. More like Rock and Roll maracas. They're keepers. :)
Music background: Student
See also: Latin Percussion, Latin Percussion Shakers