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Percussion is undeniably one of the most varied types of instrument in the world. Not only does it add rhythm to the sound, it's also great for special effects and building color and character into a performance. No one knows this better than Grover Pro, which specializes in all kinds of exotic sounds with a range of concert percussion instruments that go beyond the traditional. Some of the more common offerings in the Grover Pro catalog include the tambourine, triangle and snare drum, all of which are concert staples for adding variety to the music. Grover's tambourines come in several sizes and head materials, as well as your choice of single or double-row designs, giving you lots to choose from. You'll find similar breadth in the snare and triangle options, with instruments to satisfy every ear.
If you're interested in some slightly more exotic percussion, the Grover Pro lineup definitely comes through. Add a little sharpness to your concerts with wooden percussion like the Granadillo Adjustable Tension Castanets, Padauk Log Drum, Rock Maple Wood Block or Open Tone Temple Blocks. Or, break out the musical anvil to make a bold impact. Grover's anvil has the unique capability of playing two distinct pitches as well as a third overtone.
As you already know, to play your Grover Pro concert percussion instruments you'll need the right mallets, hammers and beaters to go along with them. Take a look through the products here and you will find a great selection of percussion mallets ready to help you get the most out of your setup. Don't be afraid to get creative, either - sometimes, using a certain mallet on an unexpected instrument can really pay off! Here's one suggestion: try using a bell mallet on a musical anvil.
Great percussion is all about experimentation, and Grover Pro's excellent library of instruments and mallets gives you plenty of ways to do just that. There's nothing better than concert percussion in the hands of a skilled player to make a song or theatrical soundtrack even more memorable.