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LP Monsoon Rainmaker
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If you've ever tried a rain stick, you'll attest to the thrill you get when you tilt the long tube slowly and steadily from one side to the other. Th...Read More
If you've ever tried a rain stick, you'll attest to the thrill you get when you tilt the long tube slowly and steadily from one side to the other. The fill material conspires with the acoustics of the hollow tube to generate a rainstorm and one that lasts until the inner beads hit bottom.
The LP Monsoon Rainmaker is unique among rain sticks. Constructed from quality, stained wood, it features an interior architecture that lengthens the travel of the inner fill, it increases the length of the "rain shower," like never before. Although the LP Monsoon Rainmaker is only 24" tall, it produces a staggering and unprecedented 25 to 30 second rain sustain.
If you're looking to set forth a tempest, then the LP Monsoon Rainmaker will generate the longest rain shower on the market. That is not only a design feature; it is a sigh of relief from the percussionist accustomed to reversing traditional rain sticks every ten-plus seconds.
The LP Monsoon Rainmaker is recommended for a good, long sonic soaking. As they say, "umbrella not included."
A tempest in an attractive design with much longer sustain than usual.
- 24" tall
- Stained wood
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Comments about LP Monsoon Rainmaker:
This is a very nice and effective rainmaker.Pros:1. Extremely long sustain2. Very good rain sound, does not sound synthetic3. Has two flat end that you can stand it on so as to free up your hands to play other percussionCons:1. Though I think it looks good, I've had three people say it looks like a birdhouse.2. This one is more major. After you flip it and let the rain run its course, you have to check it to make sure it's "charged" for a 2nd go. Otherwise it will go for only 7-12 seconds the 2nd time (this is when it is flipped straight up and down.)However I've only had it a few days and I am still messing with it. But the fact that you can flip it, leave it, and start playing bongos/congas or drums is just awesome. Great way to start some songs.Warning! Excessive use may result in pneumonia if wet clothes are left on.