About The World Percussion

Including, but not limited to: Congas, Bongos, Duduk, Cajon, Djembe, Taiko, Tabla, Timbales, Caxixi, Triangle, Tambourine, Cabasa, Guiro, Shakers, Cowbells, Cymbals

So many instruments, so much fun. While it has the advantage of being a set of instruments that you can immediately get sounds out of, learning more and more instruments with proper technique from different countries can set you on a path of lifetime learning. The excitement of a Percussion solo, and the way it compels an audience to dance, are often strong calling cards for this group of instruments. Just remember you’ll probably never be able to drive a sports car to your concert, unless you’ve got someone else bringing your instruments.

Purchase Price: $500-$??,???  New
Rental Price: Not rented for long term use.
How Loud Is It?: 90 dbl.
Difficulty Level: 6
Can the Sound be Muted?: No
Weight: Depends on the amount of instruments, but starting at probably 25 lbs.
Additional costs, What else you’ll need: Table for misc. percussion, tuning keys, extra heads for the various drums, stands for drums, cymbal stands, various kinds of sticks, brushes, mallets, etc.. 
Scholarship Opportunities: Limited.
Performing Opportunities: TV and Movie Soundtracks, original recordings, ethnic music of all types.
Pros: Immediately able to create sound. Fun to play. Ability to perform many different  styles of music.
Cons: Warehouse to store instruments, and a truck to transport them. Many different techniques needed for different instruments.

       -- George Shelby musicalinstrumentchoices.com

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