Meinl HTHH1BK Hi-Hat Tambourine

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Hi-Hat Tambourine

  • Diameter: 5"
  • Material: Steel
  • Chrome-plated steel
  • Special features: Steel jingles
  • Colour: Black
  • The steel jingles produce an assertive sound
  • Easy handling allows quick assembly or removal
Available since July 2011
Item number 268368
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Jingles 8
Siize 5"
with Skin No
Tunable No
Incl. Mount Yes
Natural Head No
£17.90
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Tuesday, 23.04. and Wednesday, 24.04.
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Clean, crisp bright sound. Very light. Easy setup and transport. Strong. Can come loose now and again.
Anonymous 09.06.2016
I use this to attach to my hi-hat stand and it sits very well without getting in the way. Great for percussive and accenting, and sounds great live and in studio. The fastener can come loose now and again but tightens back up very quick. Cuts through when it's needed and overall has a bright jingle sound. I use many types of sticks and rods on this, and although there are slight bends, it has remained strong and reliable throughout. Sounds much better with hot-rods.
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Very good quality
jojothebandit 28.03.2021
You can pound it and I don't think you'll even knick it.
Great size and radius for a 14" hihat, you can have it mounted and it doesn't get in the way
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Nicely built but not loud enough
Damien7910 25.11.2014
This is a nice hi hat tambourine for the money. It is well built, no plastic, although I would imagine hitting it with a stick would cause it to break. My main issue is that the bells on it are not loud enough. You have to really stomp on the hi hat pedal before getting a decent sound, and if you have large hi hats then they will drown it out. But it is still good for the money.
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Just What I Needed
Anonymous 28.02.2015
I saw this tambourine being used by Chris "Daddy" Dave and that alone was reason enough to buy it and use it religiously. The sound is extremely versatile in tone, volume, and use. I really don't need to go into much more detail other than Chris Dave using them... Amazing product for hip-hop, fusion, funk, and any other type of music.

I highly recommend it!
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