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Agogo Castanha - Mestre Negao
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|weight (net):||0,5 kg|
Beautiful agogo made of Brazil nut shells
Both different sized spherical Brazil nut shells are the sound body of the instrument. This type of agogo is especially popular amongst capoeiristas, because its sound is warm and goes beautifully with berimbaus and atabaques.
The indicated weight might slightly differ due to the natural materials used.
Customer reviews for "Agogo Castanha"(8)
At first I thought it was a bit too expensive, but this agogo has a really nice finish and a good grip. The sound is lovely, perfect for capoeira. Worth the investment.
schöner Klang, die Schnur , an der der Stock befestigt ist, ist leider einen Tick zu kurz.
It sounds bad and weighs more than the supposed 0.5 kg
dear customer, apologies for our late reply here. I see our customer care has been in touch right away to offer replacement and a return. Please note that the indicated weight for handmade instruments from natural materials are always approximate. In this particular case, raw nut shells are used and naturally cannot offer an industrial sound quality. Please feel free to give us a shout if you have any questions or concerns.
Chose this Agogo for its beautiful finish and very nice traditional // tribal sound..
The handle was a usp.. nicely rounded.. for long sessions it seemed more comfortable
agogo de castanha di qualità, ottimo suono e costruito con cura.
Super schöner Klang, tolle Verarbeitung kann ich nur weiter empfehlen.
Gute Verarbeitung, toller Klang
Sehr saubere Verarbeitung und wunderbarer Klang. Ein Instrument zum Verlieben.
Mestre Negão from São Paulo
Eduardo Rodrigues, well known in the Capoeira scene as Mestre Negão from São Paulo, has become one of the very important characters in Capoeira, mainly through his Capoeira event ‚Vadeia Samba’, but also with his high-grade artisanal instruments and his very kind personality. He constantly tries to connect capoeiristas from differnet styles and groups. He has his workshop in São Paulo - no more than a single room in a small house, this is where he makes his instruments.
His atabaques are of exstremely good quality and his artisanal skills create demanding and beautiful instruments with traditional rope tuning systems.
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