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A conga setup you can take anyplace!
This Pearl Travel Conga setup provides an extremely portable conga setup that you can bring wherever you go. It includes two Pearl Travel Congas, two height-adjustable Travel Conga stands, and a stand bridge bracket.
Pearl's Travel Congas offer real conga sounds from compact 3-1/2" deep drums that can be carried literally in a backpack. Their wood shells and stave construction is identical to Pearl's full-size congas, and the Remo FiberSkyn 3 synthetic heads yield outstanding tone, while resisting fluctuations from changes in temperature or humidity. Each feature five precision Allen bolts provide accurate and easy tuning via the included foam-handle Allen wrench.
Travel Conga Stands
Solid support and durability for the Pearl travel congas. They support the congas directly in the center, underneath the drums. This revolutionary stand system allows you to set up and be ready to play quickly and easily.
The stands come with a "Y" bracket that attaches to the underside of your travel congas, which then easily fits onto their height-adjustable tripod-stand bases. Once the "Y" bracket is fixed to the drums they can then be stored and transported in the travel conga case. The rest of the stands come with their own cases, which makes them extremely portable.
Travel Conga Stand Bridge bracket
It connects the two Pearl travel conga stands together to prevent them from creeping away while playing. It is adjustable and great for heavy-hitters.
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Comments about Pearl Travel Conga Set with Stands:
have had them 3 weeks and played 8 gigs with them.The pluses are great sound and much lighter than hauling around congas. The bar that connects the two makes for no moving if you lay into them. However the rubber feet do a great job of keeping steady minus the bar. The minuses are a lower projection of sound - you may have to mic them. Also it is a little hard to avoid smacking your hands on the tuning lugs. They are positioned too high and you need to be careful when doing power slaps. If you are used to smacking various areas of the head this is a definite hinderance. I've had to replace a few nuts due to stripping. Also takes longer to set up than regular congas. I am very happy over all.