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Arame (string) for berimbau - Marcos China RIO

Arame ( Saite ) f Marcos China RIO A132021

Arame (string) for berimbau - Marcos China RIO

Marcos China RIO
Item number
A132021
weight (net):
0,1 kg

Delivery: 2-5 business days (EU mainland)

6,00 *

incl. VAT , plus shipping costs

Delivery: 2-5 business days (EU mainland)

Length approx. 1,70 m more

Arame (string) for berimbau - Marcos China RIO

item number: A132021
instruments: Berimbau
weight (net): 0,1 kg

Length approx. 1,70 m


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Customer reviews for "Arame (string) for berimbau"

(7)
29 Mar 2020
Good

Resistent but it could be better if you can have a true barbante

6 Apr 2017

Top Zustand und schnelle Lieferung

1 Apr 2017

stabil für viel Spielspass

11 Dec 2016

Nicely constructed and decently wrapped. You can never have too many of these.

23 Nov 2016

Ein Ersatzteil, was man manchmal benötigt

2 Sep 2016

Looks as expected. Not yet tested.

24 Apr 2016

Aufziehen, festziehen, spielen. Guter Klang. Vorteilhaft, da bei den Saiten grundsätzlich etwas Spiel herrscht - quasi one size fits all.

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Marcos, nicknamed 'China', lives in Rio. He is a capoeirista, musician and an instrument... more

Brand description "Marcos China RIO"

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Marcos, nicknamed 'China', lives in Rio. He is a capoeirista, musician and an instrument maker. Marcos used to live in France for many years and was very successful with his Band 'Tupi Nago'.

Back in Rio he started to make Caxixis because he wasn´t able to find any in the quality he wanted. Bit by bit he added other small percussion instruments to his range.

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He makes small series of instruments with extraordinary artisanal skills and love to small details. MARCOS CHINA keeps on inventing funny little instruments like the caixa de mesa, the saculegé or a minishaker made of plastic parts of PET bottles.

MARCOS CHINA berimbaus are highly appreciated amongst capoeiristas as well as percussionists.


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