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LP Prestige Series Brass Timbales
15 and 16 in.
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LP Prestige Brass Timbales represent a thorough reexamination of the single-headed timbale concept. LP has completely overhauled materials, hoops, tu...Click To Read More About This Product
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Nothing less than a thorough reexamination of the single-headed timbal/timbale concept.
LP Prestige Brass Timbales represent a thorough reexamination of the single-headed timbale concept. LP has completely overhauled materials, hoops, tuning mechanisms, mounting stability, and a myriad of factors affecting the marriage of stick-to-drum. Consequently, the LP timbale shells resonate with authentic cascaras. The LP Prestige Timbale heads yield muted and open tones that rouse a band. Improved rims and rim seating make for rimshots that are easier to play and that project ambient exclamations without harsh clang.
LP Prestige Timbales feature top-facing key-adjustable tuning rods for rapid pitch tweaks. LP designers have shifted the position of the shell rib to open up more sticking space and foster brighter cascara tones. Low-mass side plates further free up shell response. When sticks strike heads, there is no choking, only the liberation of pleasing overtones. Sustain heightens and the whole drum reacts as one. If that weren't enough, the center block between timbale pairs was revamped to minimize distracting shell movement, and it contains a handy tuning key holder. The clamping screw has been recessed, lessening the possibility of collision and reducing torque.
- Brass shells
- Top-facing-key-adjustable tuning rods
- Recessed clamping screws
- Low-mass side plates
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Comments about LP Prestige Series Brass Timbales:
I have had these drums for a few months now, and I must say I really like them. I also have a pair of 1949 leedy timbales, these drums sound very close to my leedy timbale. P.S. I have the 13 and 14 inch LPs.