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Tamborim 6'' - ABS - Izzo

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Tamborim 6'' - ABS - Izzo

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Tamborim for beginners or for teaching, ABS plastic - green   A... more

Tamborim 6'' - ABS - Izzo

item number: A321914
head: nylon
rim: chrome
hooks: 6
frame: ABS
color: green
height of frame: 45 mm
diameter: 6"
weight (net): 0,3 kg
MPN 6554EX
gtin13 7897626865549
Tamborim for beginners or for teaching, ABS plastic - green
A simple but well made tamborim, made of ABS plastics. 6 lugs, a convenient frame hight and comfy feel are ideal for beginners, for kids, percussion class or occasional tamborim playing. This tam is an inexpensive alternative to the more costly aluminium instruments, but keep in mind that you can´t tune it up as high as a metal instrument.

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Customer reviews for "Tamborim 6'' - ABS"

15 Dec 2022
Kalango ist infach ein schöner

Kalango ist infach ein schöner Shop, in dem man gerne stöbert und einkauft !

29 Jun 2020
Bon tamborim, pas trop lourd.

Bon tamborim, pas trop lourd.

9 Dec 2017

Gutes Preis- Leistungsverhältnis. Das Instrument eignet sich gut für Kids und ebenso für Team-und Firmen Events

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High-quality instruments for Rio Samba and Samba Reggae, which are especially popular and proven in schools! For quite some years now, instrument builder IZZO remains among the top brands of Brazilian Samba percussios. It has been a while that IZZO instruments from São Paulo were rather simple percussion instruments which were very popular in Brazil due to their good price range.
Then they began to constantly increase their standard of Samba instruments until they reached a top-class level. By now they have become a serious manufacturer with a wide range of very well manufactured instruments which are known throughout the international market.


IZZO achieved a special coup when in 2010 they lanced their top brand TIMBRA. TIMBRA instruments were developed in close cooperation with renowned percussionists. The objective was to create convincing series of instruments with great sound, optically outstanding and adecuate for stage gigs. Especially the timbals, made of either wood or aluminium, set new standards with their 16 tuning hooks, extraordinary design and spectacular sound.

Today IZZO is completely in the league of the old-established traditional brands of Samba instruments.

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