Gon Bops Hand Drums

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Easy to play but difficult to master, the hand drum has been around since the beginning of music. Helping bring them to the forefront of popular music, Gon Bops, the self-proclaimed "Best in percussion since 1954", has worked tirelessly over the past half century, making them more accessible to musicians everywhere. Regardless of if you're a seasoned percussionist, or you're just taking your first steps into this rhythmic world, there is a hand drum here for every type of musician. To start, think about what type of hand drum will help you create the sound you're after. If you're here for lively action full of Latin flair, definitely check out the Alex Acuna Series Tumba Drum with its warm, clear tone and contoured crown hoops. Whether you're in the studio or on the stage, this versatile drum is the heart of any percussion section.

Are you searching for something that will give you a little of everything when it comes to the hand drum? Then you'll want to start with the Mixto 2-in-1 Cajon. Spanish flamenco and Peruvian folk-inspired, this unique drum is able to be flipped and played as two separate instruments. With a snare side that allows for slap and bass tones, as well as a traditional side that maximizes the bass, this dynamic hand drum doubles what you can create.

With a number of other congas, bongos, quinto drums, tumbas and cajons, no matter how you play the hand drum these instruments can bring the heat to your beat. Each offers something different to a percussion section though, so exploring each will bring a new depth to your play. If you have the chance, definitely try a few of them out, just to appreciate the difference in style and sound.

A Latin music essential, the hand drum has secured its place in music history. While Gon Bops didn't invent them they definitely played a large role in perfecting them. If you want to add to your setup, or you want to learn a new instrument, the hand drums found in this section are definitely worth picking up.