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MF MD HG Record Your Music 02-20-15
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Meinl Mini Timbales Chrome 

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These 8" and 10" Meinl Mini Timbales provide the characteristic timbale sounds and projection enough to cut through any band setting. A strong mounti...Read More

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A perfect addition to any drum or percussion setup.

These 8" and 10" Meinl Mini Timbales provide the characteristic timbale sounds and projection enough to cut through any band setting. A strong mounting clamp attaches firmly to common tom holders or L-rods. They offer a perfect addition to any percussion- or drum set configuration and add extra flavor to the groove. Chrome-plated steel, with tuning key and tune up oil.

FEATURES
  • Sizes: 8" & 10" mini timbales
  • Material: Chrome plated steel
  • Strong mounting clamp
  • Includes L-shaped tuning key and tune Up o

A compact version of traditional timbales that fit nearly anywhere. Order today for quick delivery.

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MeinlMini Timbales
 
5.0

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5.0

Meinl versus Tama

By hooch rocks dot com

from fontana, ca

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Pros

  • Great Sound
  • Huge Tone

Cons

  • No Mounting Clamp
  • Non-standard Lugs

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    Comments about Meinl Mini Timbales:

    Here's my review of both the Tama Mini Timbales & the Meinl Mini Timbales. Depending on the sound you are going for, the Tama set is a better deal since they come with a universal clamp, and take up less space. The Meinl set sound more like Timbales. The Tama set sounds like Roto Toms to me (I owned a full set of Rotos for many years). The cost of the Meinl's are around the same but you need to buy two universal clamps separately, which is another expense. I also don't like that you need a special wrench to tune the Meinl's. For my purposes, I'm happy with both sets, although if you are going for a traditional latin sound, you may want to spring for a full size set of Timbales. The solo was on the fly, so it's nothing I worked out in advance. It's to hear the sound of the drums.

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