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New for 2006
 
American Percussion is proud to announce several additions to our unique line of percussion instruments.
Visit our INSTRUMENTS page for photos and descriptions

 

Taking the classic Tambourine to new places

The Bellbourine

Klackers: Picks up where a tambourine leaves off.

Bell Klackers
Bell Klackers in a Bongo pair configuration
Mini Klackers

Veteran Jazz drummer, Joe Corsello
tries out the new Hatbox Kit and the Tambourine Drum Kit
More inside

 

 

The Hatbox Drum
Totally unique!  See what it is.

 

Large Djembe
Big sound!   Check it out.

 

Digidrum
What is it?  Check it out.
 
Tambourine Drum Kit
A totally unique drum kit.
 

 


Fan Snare
The American Percussion laminated drum with a 2nd snare array for the upper head.

 

Drum shells - beautiful but maybe the strongest drum shell ever.
 
Frame Drum
Handmade classic

 

Globe Drum
The classic Frame Drum becomes a unique playing station.

 

Planning on visiting the Catskills?
A large selection of American Percussion Instruments are on display at the Sonart Gallery showroom in Mount Tremper, New York.
Click on the photo below.


 

The Sonart Gallery