Remo Ergo-Drum System TU-3410-95 10 x 3 3/4" Key-Tuned Tubanito Drum, Caldera Red

Brand: Remo

Item: #202399
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$157.55

MSRP: $272.10

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Description

The Tubanito drum produces authentic fundamental sounds like the quinto, conga, and Remo's tubano.  It fits anywhere and is designed to be played on a table, on the lap, mounted on a snare stand, or straddled between the legs like Bongos. Perfect as an add-on instrument to a drumset or percussion set-up in tight spaces.

The Tubanito is 3.75” tall with a 10” drumhead diameter and an overall drum shell diameter of 12”, so it won’t take up much room yet gives a big sound. 

Remo’s Tubanito could be an excellent instrument for a therapy session due to its portability and versatility (could be played on a wheelchair stand). Percussion lessons can easily be muted for late night practice, and it is ideal for educational World Music programs where drum substitutions are needed.

It features Remo’s new Skyndeep drumheads with Calf skin graphic which is easily tuned with a socket hex key, and will stay in tune. Manufactured with Remo’s durable proprietary Acousticon drum shell material and Ergo Drum System giving you the most comfort when playing.

Specifications:

  • Key-Tuned
  • 10" diameter, 4.5" height
  • Caldera Red finish

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Portable instrument to tote around the hospital when providing music therapy sessions
Julie G on Dec 11, 2012
Portable instrument to tote around the hospital when providing music therapy sessions
Julie G on Dec 11, 2012

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