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This 3-Rod Samba Stick is made from high quality materials. It features a padded handle that ensures a...
Designed for playing tamborims and repiniques.
A better samba beater!
Made from high quality materials to ensure a comfortable playing. 16" long, wood stick with a 2" leather...
Features 7 plastic strands to replicate the traditional sticks used during performances in Brazil.
The Meinl Samba Beater with Bushy Felt Beater is a 16" wood stick with a 3" bushy felt beater head on the end.
The pro's caixa bag with padded shoulder strap and external pocket.
This 7-Rod Samba Stick is made from high quality materials. It features a padded handle that ensures a...
Made from high quality materials to ensure a comfortable playing. Surdos and Repiniques achieve their...
Samba is an iconic music style the world over. With infectious rhythms and style, there's no wonder that people love listening and dancing to this exciting genre. If you're interested in making the leap from enjoying Samba to creating it, there are a number of Samba accessories available for you to make things happen. The first thing you absolutely must keep in mind is that you don't need to know how to drum to play Samba music. If you want to start, but don't know where to begin, you may want to consider picking up a guicharo. Originally made from gourds, the guacharo produces a dry, textured tone that is wonderful for layering when you're playing with an ensemble. If you are a drummer and you're looking for a new style, a surdo may be the perfect drum for you. Similar to a floor tom, a surdo will easily function as the heartbeat of your rhythm section. Once you've chosen your drum, it's time to choose a beater. There is a seemingly endless selection of samba beaters out there, all with different characteristics. Some feature single heads, some include two heads for striking. Some feature felt tops, others have leather tops. There are so many differences in sound that you can achieve; it simply comes down to which sound you enjoy the most. Experiment and mix things up, that's the best way to decide what works best for you. To protect your drum, you should also look into a carrying case. There are several options for your drums that will protect them and make them easy to transport, whether you're going to your friend's house or down to Rio for Carnival. The rhythms of Samba are certain to bring joy to the hearts of many people. Long-time performers and those taking their first steps toward learning this style can definitely benefit from the wide assortment of Samba accessories that are available to them. With a little practice you'll definitely be ready to take to the streets of Rio in no time.