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  1. LP Accents Eddie Montalvo Series Bongos LP Accents Eddie Montalvo Series Bongos
    $298.00
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  2. Toca Bongo Flip-Cajon Toca Bongo Flip-Cajon
    Toca Bongo Flip-Cajon

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  3. Pearl Richie Flores Bongos Pearl Richie Flores Bongos
    Pearl Richie Flores Bongos

    The Richie Flores Bongos feature a color-changing finish, Contour Crown rims, hand-selected buffalo skins, and...

    $304.99
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  4. Matador Wood Bongos Matador Wood Bongos
    Matador Wood Bongos

    Kiln dried, environmentally friendly Siam Oak wood bongos with fitten cast aluminum bottoms and traditional...

    $165.00
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  1. LP Aspire Fiberglass Bongos LP Aspire Fiberglass Bongos
    LP Aspire Fiberglass Bongos

    LP Aspire Bongos from Latin Percussion represent quality at an economical price. Providing durability and...

    $112.00
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  2. LP Durian Bongos LP Durian Bongos
    LP Durian Bongos

    $285.00
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  3. Meinl Free Ride Series High Gloss Wood Bongos Meinl Free Ride Series High Gloss Wood Bongos
    Meinl Free Ride Series High Gloss Wood Bongos

    Class up the joint with these quality wood bongos.

    $279.99
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  4. Pearl Havana Series Bongos Pearl Havana Series Bongos
    $279.99
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  1. Gon Bops Tumbao Series Bongos Gon Bops Tumbao Series Bongos
    Gon Bops Tumbao Series Bongos

    The celebrated look of old school Gon Bops with percussionist-friendly improvements. 7" and 8-1/2" shell...

    $199.00
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  2. LP Richie Gajate-Garcia Signature Series Bongos LP Richie Gajate-Garcia Signature Series Bongos
    $299.99
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  3. Schalloch Linea 200 Bongos Schalloch Linea 200 Bongos
    Schalloch Linea 200 Bongos

    Schalloch Linea Bongos include 7" and 8" drums with hardwood shells, black hardware, and a natural finish.

    $105.99
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  4. Gon Bops Tumbao Pro Series Bongos Gon Bops Tumbao Pro Series Bongos
    Gon Bops Tumbao Pro Series Bongos

    The celebrated look of old school Gon Bops with percussionist-friendly improvements.

    $275.00
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  1. Meinl Rubber Wood Bongos with Gold Tone Hardware Meinl Rubber Wood Bongos with Gold Tone Hardware
    $169.99
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There is plenty more to being a drummer than the bass, tom-tom and snare. Percussion is all about the rhythm, and when you want a more exotic sound, that means a more exotic drum. Tracing their roots back to nineteenth-century Cuba, the bongos are a well-known and well-recognized member of the drum family with a look and sound that even non-musicians will instantly recognize. The bongos originated with a hybrid of African and Spanish-inspired music known as Son, but their distinctive sound has become popular enough to find its way into virtually every style of music that exists today. Bongo drums are characterized by their unique construction. Always attached in a pair, the bongos include two differently sized drums: the smaller "macho" and larger "hembra". With this difference in size comes a slight difference in voice, allowing the bongo player—or "bongocero"—to produce complex and intricate rhythms despite the simplicity of the instrument. You may choose to play the bongos traditionally, held between your knees and played by hand, or add them into your traditional drum set and play them with sticks or even brushes. No matter how you choose to integrate them into your performance, these drums are full of personality and make a big impact. When played by hand, bongos are all about the technique. Four key strokes form the basis of bongo playing: the palm-based "open tone" strike, the accentuating "slap", the rolling "heel-tip movement" and, for softer sounds, a "muted tone" touch that restrains the sound by keeping fingers in contact with the drum head. Like any instrument, mastering the technique takes practice. With the bongos, it pays off in spades. Not only are bongos a great addition to add flavor to a standard drum kit, they're also an amazing complement to virtually any style of music when in the hands of a skilled drummer. Fun and portable, bongos are every bit as good for parties and busking as they are for professional gigs.

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