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LP Junior Wood Congas with Chrome Hardware and Stand
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The LP Junior Wood Conga Set includes an 8" and 9" diameter conga and a height-adjustable stand with double braced legs. They have a sound that is a ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A small but vocal conga set for the younger hand percussionist.
The LP Junior Wood Conga Set includes an 8" and 9" diameter conga and a height-adjustable stand with double braced legs. They have a sound that is a cross between a bata drum, bongos and congas. Their compact 15" shells make them portable and easy to incorporate into a drum kit.
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Comments about LP Junior Wood Congas with Chrome Hardware and Stand:
You can get some an idea what they sound like on YouTube, but I had to set them up and hear them "live" to really decide about them. I have both congas and bongos and hoped these would be a good "hybrid" to have available, but for me the sound just isn't right for the kind of rock, jazz, funk, blues that I play. I'll stay with the congas and/or bongos for gigs. The quality of LP products is consistently excellent, and you might decide that you like the sound more than I did.