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Ludwig LE-2367 Guiro
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The Ludwig LE-2367 Guiro produces a ratchet-like sound from parallel ridges cut in one side. You paly it by rubbing a wooden stick (included) across ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Traditional wood with Mexican motif.
The Ludwig LE-2367 Guiro produces a ratchet-like sound from parallel ridges cut in one side. You paly it by rubbing a wooden stick (included) across the ridges. This g¼iro is designed with finger and thumb holes in the middle and is hollow on one end for sound projection. The g¼iro is a percussion instrument commonly used in Latin-American music. Painted with colors of the Mexican flag.
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I've been a musician for 42 of my 50 years. I play bass, guitar, keyboards, drums, and various brass instruments. I've owned 3 Ludwig Guiros over the years and they always somehow seem to disappear at gigs. I was needing one for a song I was recording and couldn't find the last one I bought 4 or 5 years ago. So, I ordered a new one. It came today and am I disappointed. Ludwig, to me, has always been on top of quality in the equipment that they sell. I've owned many ludwig stands, etc. and they have all been excellent. I realize that this product is not American made. And maybe that's the problem. The guiro functions as it should. Cosmetically, it looks like a five year old made it. The finger and thumb holes look like something chewed through the wood to make the holes. The edges of the holes are not smooth at all and actually had wood splintering off of the inside of the holes. The splintering continues to the outside of the guiro around the holes. As I stated, it functions as it should, but looks like a joke. Ludwig should be ashamed to let something like this out. Hopefully, what I received was the exception and not the rule.