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Afuche

  • Standard
  • Cabasa
  • Diameter: 10.5 cm
Size Medium
Core Material Wood
Ball Material Metal
Item number 159512
£18.90
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Great Instrument
TonyOsax 17.05.2017
I know nothing about percussion, I'm just experimenting with ways to create Bossa Nova rhythms for the trio I play in, so this review is very much from the perspective of a beginner.

What a fantastic instrument! There are so many ways to play it. All the sounds it can make are very good and very useable. It is well made and balances very well in the hand. I'm still learning what can be done with it but so far I am very impressed. Thanks to all the other reviewers who helped me come to the conclusion that the Millennium AF200 would be a good choice for me. They were right!
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Fun to learn!
MD2 15.05.2020
I bought this as part of the starter pack. My wife and I have been having fun learning how to play this thing. Sounds really nice and quality seems excellent for the price.
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zoreil 05.10.2018
used on my drum / perc set and i have absolutely no problems here, this Millenium cabasa has the quality of a top brand!
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Good value for money. Nice instrument!
LoTone 17.08.2014
I'm no pro-percussionist and use the cabasa just for home-recording.
To me it seems well-made. Everything is solid and made nicely.
All usual playing techniques I know are possible and produce the typical sound. It's an intensive sound that cuts through a mix. I expect it to work fine in live situations and loud bands.
The only drawback I found is that the chains are covered with a bit of oil... perhaps for sliding smoothly or to prevent from getting rusty... but when playing you get oily hands along with an oily smell. Not great, but no real problem. I know water and soap...
So all in all I don't know why someone should pay more for a cabasa!
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