Meinl Percussion SH18 Headed Spark Shaker, Steel with Goat Skin Head by Meinl Percussion at Trenton Community Music. MPN: SH18. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. One side of the MEINL Headed Spark Shaker is a drum head! Premium goatskin and a steel shell provide a rattling combination of crisp warm tones and a bright metal timbre. Used alone or in combination with the Spark Shaker, its highly variable and “bendable” sound provides a very unique musical character.Goat skin head: This Shaker is equipped with a goat skin head to allow for Pitch bends or unique accents patterns. Coated steel body: the shell and pellets are both made of coated steel to de
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