Used CB Percussion
About CB Percussion:
Every percussionist has to start somewhere, and it's those first steps we take that give us the foundation to play at a professional level sooner rather than later. Of course, making great progress depends on having solid instruments to work with right from the beginning. This is CB Percussion's specialty: providing a solid introduction for musicians early in their career.
Since CB focuses on music education, the lineup of percussion that they offer will come as no surprise. All of the instruments you'll find here are common sights in the classroom, and they're sure to fit into yours just as well. With solid construction, they're built to last even through years of rough treatment by eager and excited students.
Some of the classics in the CB Percussion selection are the IS3650W Bass Drum and Tournament Series 3662T Marching Tenor Drum. They're perfect for school marching bands, delivering great sound while staying affordable on ever-tightening music program budgets. CB drums are also solid choices for more experienced drummers in need of accessible practice instruments to use outside the band room and off the field.
If you're a music educator, you'll likely take an even stronger interest in the other instruments CB has to offer. Take the ratchet, for instance: it's a traditional percussion effect, and CB's version is a workhorse of a performer. Looking for an absolute classic? How about the 4034 Double Row 8" Calf Skin Tambourine? Or, if you'd like something that takes an all-in-one approach, consider the 8674 Percussion Kit, which includes some melodic percussion in the form of bells, as well as a drum pad to get some rhythm into the mix, too.
You don't have to be an instructor or teacher to love what CB Percussion has to offer, but if one of those titles does apply to you, it's a safe bet that you're already used to working with the kinds of instruments that they make. In which case, you can tell just by looking at this section that you've discovered something good! When you want to get students off on the right foot, CB Percussion is a good first step.