While there are plenty of cowbells in this catalog that will give you that familiar sound heard in countless classic rock tunes, there are plenty of other types here as well. For example, funk percussionists will love the LP LP-229 Mambo Cowbell. Boasting a raised-center playing surface, this top-rated cowbell is very easy to play and its deep pitch makes it ideal for filling out your low end. Or, if you're a salsa percussionist, go with the best-selling Meinl Cha-Cha Cowbell. Handmade using a special steel alloy, this cowbell's traditional Afro-Cuban sound will make an exceptional addition to your groove.
It was also mentioned earlier that some of these choices are paired with extra percussion instruments and mounts - take for example, the LP Tambourine & Cowbell with Mount Kit. Featuring a durable LP Cyclops tambourine, ergonomic and adjustable mounting arm and the responsive LP City cowbell, what you have here is a cost-effective option for expanding the sound of your kit.
By now you're probably impressed that we've went this long without mentioning why you need "more cowbell" - but truthfully, it's a percussion instrument that every drummer can benefit from having in their setup. There's simply no reason why you can't add "more cowbell" to any song in your set. Give one of the models in this section a shot and see for yourself why the cowbell's authentic sound continues to be a huge hit with music fans even in today's digital world.