Latin Percussion (LP) lancia i tamburi tradizionali Barriles De Bomba che sono stati utilizzati per oltre 400 anni nella musica folcloristica portoricana chiamata Bomba. Disponibile in due dimensioni, il Primo o Subidor di tonalità più alta e il Buleador, più grande.
One of the most influential session and live drummers in the world, Kenny has worked with a list of artists that reads like a who’s who of rock royalty: The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Sting, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Mellencamp, Smashing Pumpkins, Johnny Cash, Stevie Wonder, and Lady Gaga and more.
Developed to meet the sonic desires and rigorous quality demands of salsa timbaleros, the snares are equally at home in rock, pop or any other style of music. The new Salsa Snares are constructed from the same stainless steel as the LP Timbales and fitted with prestige style stainless steel rims, 8 lugs and a 24-strand snare wire.
‘Dandy’, long considered to be the bongo players Bongocero, is an icon on the salsa scene. He has a long association with LP and has been working with LP’s USA cowbell factory to create a set of two cowbells that achieve an elusive sound that he has sought for years.
Latin Percussion has announced the introduction of new Karl Perazzo Signature Congas and matching Bongos featuring Dia de los Muertos skull artwork designed by Perazzo to match his most recent live set-up with Santana. The graphic that adorns the badge of the San Francisco native’s existing signature timbales (LP1415-KP), and now his matching congas and bongos, is said to pay tribute to past generations of loved ones as part of the Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead.