LP 442F Finger One Shots

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Shaker

  • Finger One Shots Shaker, finger version of the LP One Shot Shakers
  • Tensioned by means of an elastic rubber band on the finger
  • Ideally suited for playing congas and bongos
  • Package: 1 piece
Material Plastic
Multi Shaker No
available since February 2011
Item number 259715
7.70
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good sound, but extremely uncomfortable
Nathan V. 27.10.2021
The sound is fine, but it hurts to use. The hard plastic of the shaker pushes against your finger every time you hit something, and the band is way too tight.
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My expiriense with oneshots
TimurS 22.06.2015
The sound of this shakers is very sharp and clear. Using pair I can create very different rhythmic patterns. It also good when I have to duplicate the rhythmic of some exclusive part of song.
Another side of comfortability of this product that it grips on finger and hold any instrument whether it additional shaker or for tambourine. I can also combine it with playing a lot of instruments which are: Djembe, Cajon, Darbuka even a guitar. During experience with one shot shakers I've created some technique that combines clapping different rhythmic patterns with shaking. It always adds good sounded 16nth notes to any groove you will play. And you have the ability to stop in any bit of your groove because it gives one shot to one side while you shake it.
Since I've received this one shot shakers I use it in many song in my home recording and it gives nice tone of closed hi-hat which I liked so much.
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Awesome little travel buddies
Mark2000 31.12.2020
Good loudness, good tone, crisp sound. Love them. I take them with me on travel for random jamming sessions instead hand percussion instruments. The only thing I've worried about is the rubber - but unlike on some Meinl instruments, these have proven to be sturdy on these LPs.
(Depending on how one holds them, they might hurt a little)
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Shakers?
Anonymous 05.04.2016
I bought a pair of these for use with my snare cajon in my custom cajon drum kit. They do what it is said they do. They are quite precise and there is no sound when you raise your hand back, they speak only on your down stroke. This is truly great! But, the sound character is where I'm still trying somehow to like them. This is not your soft, mellow, white-noisy shaker that simply fills the beat, but they come with a character that sometimes works and sometimes it doesn't. It's a metallic, almost a tiny tambourine sound, a bit on the aggressive side. It's great for louder playing, but in softer settings they don't work too well for my taste. I'm already thinking of opening them up and replacing the material with something that would give a softer sound.
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