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LP LP009-N Rock Classic Ridge Rider Cowbell w/ Self-Aligning Mount
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Mounting your LP Rock Cowbell has never been quicker and easier. Now the mounting assembly's eyebolt is spring-loaded and self-aligning, and accommod...Click To Read More About This Product
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A classic LP cowbell with a larger, more convenient mounting system.
Mounting your LP Rock Cowbell has never been quicker and easier. Now the mounting assembly's eyebolt is spring-loaded and self-aligning, and accommodates 3/8" and 1/2" diameter tom arms. The patent-pending mounting system is available on all Rock Models. .
These 8" mountable bells are constructed with 14-gauge steel for added strength to withstand hard pounding. Their rich, cutting sound is low pitched and moderately dry. Designed for drum kit players. Made in U.S.A.
A Jenigor plastic strip along the top edge provides dampening and prevents denting.
- 8" Mountable bell
- 14-Gauge steel construction
- Patented, updated mounting system
- Jenigor protective plastic strip
- Made in the U.S.A.
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- Great Sound
- dull sound when hitting the plastic.
- Not versatile
Comments about LP009-N Rock Classic Ridge Rider Cowbell w/ Self-Aligning Mount:
I complained to Musician's Friend a couple of weeks ago about the picture (yellow impact strip), but, they said the can't change the picture until they get a different one from LP. However, LP has a different picture on their website. I have a black and a yellow. Yellow sounds way better--JUST KIDDING. Yellow is the most beautiful sounding color in the world in my opinion. LOL.
Good low pitch. Much lower than Regular ridge rider and Chad Smith red hot ridge rider. Difficult for me to move back and forth between plastic to tap higher up the bell. Flip it upside down and it's great for that--but not as muted as the LP Mambo & LP Steve Gadd Mambo bells. They are super dry, compared to the longer sustain of the Classic Rock Ridge Rider.
I like the idea of the plastic strip with a bass drum pedal, because you can aim at the edge with the beater without hurting the beater (wood or plastic ones) and without putting a cup shape into the edge of the cowbell.