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TIMBALE LP PERCUSSION

TIMBALE LP PERCUSSION
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Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
MaterialStainless Steel
Type Of InstrumentsPERCUSSION
BrandLP
Size14" and 15", 6 1/2"
Model Name/NumberLP
Length66.04 x 78.74 x 116.84 cm
Weight7.71 kg
Diameter6-1/2" deep

The limited-edition Tito Puente Centennial Timbale Set was created to honor the centennial of an icon of Latin Percussion and Latin music overall, "El Rey del Timbal." Based on LP's Tito Puente steel timbales, this set offers retro features like rolled out bottoms with a special Green Badge reminiscent of LP’s original timbales. Each set is laser engraved with Tito's signature and numbered up to 200 units making them a true collector's item.

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Congas LP Percussion Instrument

Congas LP Percussion Instrument
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Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
MaterialWooden
Type Of InstrumentsPERCUSSION INSTRUMENT
BrandLP
Model Name/NumberLP
Length11 inch head
Weight500 g
ShapeROUND

The conga or tumbadora drums we are familiar with today probably developed in Cuba when slavery was
officially abolished, approximately 1886. The tumbadora or conga most likely evolved from the drums used
by the African Bantu or Congalese slaves in Cuba. As these newly freed slaves left the plantations and came
to the larger cities, especially Havana and Matanzas, they brought their music and musical instruments with
them.
In its African origins, the tumbadora drums were constructed from a single log. To avoid persecution for play-
ing African instruments (especially in religious ceremonies), the construction was changed to a stave construc-
tion (similar to staves used in barrels). Lug-tuned drums became popular in the 1950s and replaced heat-tuned
drum construction methods.
There are several types of conga drums, which are played by a conguero or congacero. The natural rich tones
of the conga, make these drums popular for a wide range of instrument combinations and music styles

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