Meinl Percussion Recording-Combo Wood Tambourine - Double Row

Double-row Tambourine with Wood Frame and Nickel-plated Steel/Solid Brass Jingles
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Bold and Bright Tambourine Sound!

Bold, bright, and powerfully expressive, this double-row Meinl Recording-Combo Wood Tambourine lets you add the perfect shimmering or sharp and jingly percussion to your music. It's made from a sturdy laminate wood frame that offers natural warmth and brings out the crisp attack and high sustain of the jingles. Speaking of jingles, performers here at Sweetwater really enjoy the clarity and cut of the Recording-Combo Wood Tambourine's mixed nickel-plated steel and solid brass jingles, which sound clear even at low volume. And thanks to the remarkably comfortable grip, whether you're a drummer who needs to grab a tambourine once in a while or a vocalist who needs to keep it handy, you'll love the feel of this Recording-Combo Wood Tambourine.

Meinl Recording-Combo Wood Tambourine Features:
  • An excellent dual-alloy tambourine for drummers, percussionists, and other performers
  • 10" laminate wood frame provides natural warmth and brings out the high sustain of the jingles
  • Nickel-plated steel and solid-brass jingles deliver ultra-bright sound with a crisp attack
  • Double-row design offers a range from subtle shimmer to jangly and percussive
  • Comfortable grip provides easy handling while maintaining a traditional look
Meinl Recording-Combo Wood Tambourines offer beautiful sound live and in the studio!

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Manufacturer Part Number TA2M-SNT

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Disappointing Tambourine

This was a great sounding tambourine whose jingles rang out very well, but the tambourine broke unfortunately after about 8 months of moderate use once a week for band practice. It broke on one of the pegs that hold the jingles. It was also difficult to play because the hand grip area was too thin and tapered. I keep my instruments in good condition and even kept the tambourine in its original box, but it still broke.We are in the process of getting a replacement through the assistance of Sweetwater.
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