Pandeiro 10'' Sweet Cherry - HP Percussion
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Pandeiro 10'' Sweet Cherry - HP Percussion
|head:||goatskin head, selected hide head|
|amount jingles:||5 sets|
|height of frame:||40 mm|
|weight (net):||0,36 kg |
(The frame wood and hide head are natural materials which may be subject to slight deviations in the specified average weight.)
Top class handmade pandeiros - Sweet Cherry line - pick your favourite jingle sound
HP has designed a light-weight pandeiro that feels good in the hand and sounds really fantastic. All HP pandeiros are manufactured by hand in Portugal and Germany. Skins are top-quality, each one individually chosen and directly from Brazil. The frame is made of solid cherry wood and the hand-hammered jingles are HP´s series of superb sounding combinations of metals. A unique feature on the HP pandeiros is the mechanism of changing the jingles. With this invention, you can change the jingles easily without removing the skin. The frame of the Sweet Cherry model is slightly narrower than the Wicked Walnut frame.
C-series - Choro Samba:
The C series has one brass and one bronze jingle. Its sound character is clear and precise, with a rich and full sound. Projection is very good and the high frequencies are pleasant to the ears. The C series is designed for Samba and Choro, but it works equally well in any setting.
B-series - Classic Brass:
The B series is equipped with brass jingles, a common choice on many handmade pandeiros. Its sound is clean and bright and easily heard. An all-round jingle suitable to any style of music.
H-series - Funky HiHat:
The H series is a combination of steel and brass, resulting in a darker, heavier, full sound that is more suitable to funkier music. With less overtones, this set produces a louder, hi-hat like sound.
S-series - Studio Silver:
The S series is a set consisting of two jingles made from new silver. The sound is refined and rich, with soft overtones. This set is very precise and reacts immediately to the gentlest touch. The S series is great for any studio work and is incredibly light-weight!
The indicated weight might vary slightly due to the skins being a natural material.
Customer reviews for "Pandeiro 10'' Sweet Cherry"
Two guys living in Berlin and Lisbon discover their love for percussion and pandeiros. Both are professional musicians. Both are gifted craftsmen.
Anders Perander is a luthier and also builds cavaquinhos. Matthias Haffner studied Latin American percussion and World Music at the Rotterdam World Music academy, his craft work is highly skilled and mainly self-taught.
In every way ideal preconditions!
Delevoping their own series of top-class pandeiros seemed like an experiment in the beginning. When they met in Rotterdam and realised that they shared the great passion for the little frame instrument, they decided to start a project. From a very successful first experiment of making jingles for pandeiros, soon the idea was born to set up a small business and make first class jingles for all sorts of sound styles. Of course, it didn’t take long for the idea to come up about not only making jingles but the complete instrument.
It became reality.
They faced a lot of difficulties but also a lot of fun, while working and developing their first pandeiro series. The outcome of their creative path is simply amazing. They believe in learning the hard way, by committing all necessary mistakes in order to come out with a more profound understanding of what they were doing and why.
Only the highest quality fits in their concept.
About the products
HP pandeiros are high end pandeiros, all are handmade in Germany and Portugal.
Each one is a unique piece with hand-selected materials.
The jingles are hand-hammered, the carefully chosen skins are from Brazil, the wood frames of excepcional quality.
Their concept of exchangable jingles is unique: HP offers various lines of jingles in different sizes and made of beautiful, well sounding and hand-hammered metal combinations. The pins holding the jingles can easily be taken out with an allen wrench, without having to take off the skin!
Pick the style you like, and if you don’t want to decide, take an additional set of jingles.
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