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Timbal 14'' x 90 cm aluminium, blue - 16 hooks - Timbra

Timbal 14'' x 90 cm aluminium, blue - 16 hooks Timbra A335090

Timbal 14'' x 90 cm aluminium, blue - 16 hooks - Timbra

Timbra
Item number
A335090
weight (net):
5,8 kg

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Timbal 14'' x 90 cm aluminium, blue - 16 hooks - Timbra

item number: A335090
lugs: 16
size: 14" x 90 cm
finish: colour paint
shell: aluminium
weight (net): 5,8 kg

Single piece! Only one of these is available.


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In 2010, IZZO managed to pull off a remarkable milestone by lancing their high-end show... more

"Timbra"

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In 2010, IZZO managed to pull off a remarkable milestone by lancing their high-end show brand TIMBRA TOP PERCUSSION.

All TIMBRA Samba instruments have been 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.

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TIMBRA builds all kinds of Samba instruments from wood and aluminium surdos, cuicas, rebolos to tantans and timbals. A special eye-catcher was one of the brand's first lines - the Carlinhos Brown Signature Series with timbals and bacurinhas with elaborate colour prints and designs on vinyls. High-quality workmanship, authentic sounds and flashy designs are still the main trademarks of TIMBRA.


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