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Whether you're a classic rock nut or a swinging jazz cat, any percussionist can benefit from incorporating a tambourine into their routine, and Meinl's extensive line of tambourines includes something for every style and taste. From goat-skin wood tambourines to hi-hat stand mountable models, Meinl puts the same great deal of work into their tambourines as they do with all of their percussion instruments. Of course, it's for this exact reason why Meinl is so trusted by drummers from around the world.

From Turkish folk music to classical and even rock, the tambourine is a testament to how versatile a simple percussion instrument can be. In fact, they're used all the time in modern music as well, and they can even be heard on many of today's top-40 hits. With that in mind, it's easy to tell how popular Meinl tambourines are when you consider how many big sellers and top-rated items are listed in this catalog. For example, take a look at their black hand tambourine with brass jingles. Ergonomically shaped and featuring a durable ABS frame, this tambourine can take all kinds of hard-hitting abuse, and overall it delivers a warm yet cutting sound that would please the ears of any music lover.

As mentioned, Meinl also designs tambourines for hi-hat stands, and the Headliner Series Hand Hammered double row tambourine is perfect for jazz bands and studio recordings. Containing secure hardware for a solid grip on any hi-hat stand, the jingle accent's easy access wing nut allows for quick setup, adjustment or removal.

And these are only two of the many tambourines available from Meinl, so be sure to check out their other options as well. Whatever you choose, you can have peace of mind knowing that Meinl has been a leader in percussion instrument manufacturing since 1951, so you can bet that any tambourine from this section will provide you with countless years of playing enjoyment.