LP 1608 RAW Series 8" Potz

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  • Size: 8"
  • Hand-welded steel body and playing surface
  • Playable with sticks, mallets, brooms or by hand
  • Cutting and piercing sound
  • Mountable on 3/8" - 1/2" Percussion Rods
  • Very interesting instrument for the creative percussionist and drummer
  • 8" version is compatible with LP Sound Enhancers
  • Made in USA
Type Steel Drum
available since December 2015
Item number 375232
sales unit 1 piece(s)
£58
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Coolest effect I have bought yet.
UsedForGlue 14.04.2016
I bought this Pot for adding a bit of colour to my set up. I use it out the left side of my kit, and it is great for substituting ghost notes in your grooves, or even just accenting on certain fills, it is a great other voice to have.

There are not many tones to this item as it is essentially a pitched pot with a mount. But it isn't as small as you think once you start transporting it, so you will either have to throw it in your hardware case and risk getting it dinged (although its just a pot) or carry it spare, again, that is your choice, as they don't provide a case or carry bag.

The good thing is, once you put this on your set up, you don't have to play it every single time you look at it, its just added colour and choice. The choice to use it is yours, and it won't take up a tremendous amount of space. I usually apply a certain amount of muffling and try to experiment with the sound sometimes, you should too.

I love it, and people I tend to use it around seem to love it too.
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Drum'bah 04.02.2021
A great drum ! Works well with the other 2 sized potz (4" & 6"), especially the 6" one ! I use them with a modified drumkit. A drumkit made up of cajon snares, woodblocks, cowbells & bongos. Where pieces can be added & subtracted at will to change the drumkit's size & formation, etc. They sound of the potz, is somewhere between a cowbell & a timbale/roto tom type of range, yet is still very unique. They contrast brilliantly with the dryer sound of the woodblocks & cajon snares & blend brilliantly with the metallic tones of the cowbells !
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