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Agogo Duplo, large - KALANGO

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Agogo Duplo, large - KALANGO

KALANGO
Item number
A525310
weight (net):
0,9 kg

in stock

65,00 *

incl. VAT , plus shipping costs

in stock

Hand-welded and -tuned 2-piece Agogo Duplo large, by Kalango Hand-welded Agogo made in... more

Agogo Duplo, large - KALANGO

item number: A525310
bells: 2
material: steel plate
finish: rustical
weight (net): 0,9 kg

Hand-welded and -tuned 2-piece Agogo Duplo large, by Kalango

  • Hand-welded Agogo made in Europe with 2 side by side bells in rustic look
  • The two bells are solidly welded to the handle
  • Using this holding position you can comfortably hold and play the instrument
  • Both bells are tuned in a beautiful interval

Our hand-welded Agogos are painted in metallic blue on the inside.
Rustic finish - strong sound!

Bell sizes:
small bell: 15 x 9,5 cm
large bell: 17 x 10 cm
Total length with handle: 44 cm


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Under the name our own brand Kalango we offer various accessories, but also instruments and... more

"KALANGO"

Under the name our own brand Kalango we offer various accessories, but also instruments and custom-made products, which we develop and produce either ourselves or which are made by different manufacturers according to our ideas and conceptions. These include our custom heads with band logo print, a wide range of bags, straps, surdo stands and a selection of hand welded agogôs with 2 or 4 bells and different designs.

For more than 30 years we have been musicians ourselves and incorporate into our products all the experience, ideas and quality expectations we have gained over the years by playing, being in contact with active musicians from authentic scenes or simply by using ideas we pick up during our travels.


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