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  • Latin Percussion Introduce The New Stainless Steel Salsa Snares - Winter NAMM 2020

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    Cutting And Bright With Plenty Of Sharp Attack

    (15th January, 2020 – Oxnard, CA) Latin Percussion introduce their new Stainless Steel Salsa Snares.

    Developed to meet the sonic desires and rigorous quality demands of salsa timbaleros, the snares are equally at home in rock, pop or any other style of music. The new Salsa Snares are constructed from the same stainless steel as the LP Timbales and fitted with prestige style stainless steel rims, 8 lugs and a 24-strand snare wire.

    The sound of the Salsa Snares is cutting and bright with a sharp attack, the perfect complement to any timbales or drum set up. There are two shell sizes, 5 1/2" X 13" (LP5513-S) and 4 1/2" x 12" (LP4512-S)

    Visit the Drum Workshop/ Latin Percussion Winter NAMM booth #202AB, floor 2 www.lpmusic.com/



    LP Stainless Steel Salsa Snare 4 1/2" x 12" (LP4512-S)


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    LP Stainless Steel Salsa Snare 5 1/2" X 13" (LP5513-S)

    Founded in 1964, Latin Percussion (LP) is the largest hand percussion instrument brand in the world. The company offers an extensive line of hand percussion instruments and percussion accessories including patented designs such as the Jam Block®, Ridge Rider Cowbell® and Egg Shaker. Many of the world’s top artists play LP including: Giovanni Hidalgo, Richie Gajate-Garcia, Karl Perazzo, Stewart Copeland, Steve Gadd, Travis Barker, Mike Portnoy and Cindy Blackman-Santana among others. For more information, visit www.lpmusic.com

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