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Toca Sheila E Custom Series Quinto
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30" high with a high-gloss white lacquered finish and distinctive broken glass strip inlay. Shell is of Asian oak and has a contemporary Afro-Cuban s...Click To Read More About This Product
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A beauty, just like Sheila.
30" high with a high-gloss white lacquered finish and distinctive broken glass strip inlay. Shell is of Asian oak and has a contemporary Afro-Cuban shape for added volume and resonance. Traditional rim with extended collar, top-grade 11" bison head, chrome-plated hardware, and 6-bolt tension.
- High-gloss white lacquered finish
- Distinctive broken glass strip inlay
- Asian oak with contemporary Afro-Cuban shape Traditional rim with extended collar
- Top-grade 11" bison head
- Chrome-plated hardware
Looks great on stage and sounds terrific. Order it.
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I just played these drums in a store but they really impressed me and I am not usually a big fan of Toca but these were good. Nice slaps, good open tones and a deep bass. I did not realize they were Sheila E. signature series until I looked at them more closely. Once I played them I was impressed!
I have had these congas, quinto and conga on a gibraltor stand, for about six months. I still have Meinl quinto conga and tumba that I play, but my favorite congas are the Tocas. These not only look great but the sound is a resonant ringing tone thats louder and more musical than the Meinls. I also have the matching bongos which I highly recommend, they also seem to have a better cracking sonic tone than others I have played. I have owned LP classics and now Meinl and they are undoubtadly very good congas, but the Sheila E Tocas are that slightly better cutting through tone. I dont know how to explain it. I would recommend these very much.
This Sheila E. conga, bongo & timbale set is just gorgeous! Excellent quality and sound! The traditional rims are comfortable and feel fast. They have a stunning stage look. The conga/bongos have a bright gloss white lacquer shell appearance over oak with gold sparkle/stripe surrounds (the bands listed by M.F. as "broken glass" I would describe as more as a "Champaign" gold sparkle with chrome hardware). The timbales are chrome with matching top and bottom gold sparkle bands around the shells. The set really has a glistening flash value under the lights! The gloss white conga/bongo shells match all the Toca white cowbell setups and obviously anything chrome. They seem like a steal at this price compared to other sets. If you want to stand out ? this set?s for you! The only ones that compare in my opinion and that I have seen are LP "Giovani Galaxy" congas that are a lot more $$$.