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LP Latin Percussion LP1400UT Udu Drum Utar  From LP

The Utar Udu has the lowest pitch of the whole udu family. The shell has the ability to create very "cowbell-like" sounds, while the bell sound chamber creates mostly high-pitched, wet tones.

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Manufacturer's Description from LP

LP Udu Drums possess distinct tonal qualities because of their earthen nature. Their clay construction is based upon centuries-old African traditions. The name 'Udu' has been derived from the Nigerian Ibo language, meaning 'pottery'. Each LP Udu Drum offers different sounds because of their different shapes. They can be played by hitting any part of the drum with the palm of the hand or the fingertips, and the textured surfaces provide additional tonal variations by creating rubbing sounds. Udu's are very delicate, intimate instruments, but a pre-made microphone port allows for a small mic to be inserted so volume does not become an issue. Udu drums are generally played in a seated position with the drum on the player's lap. They can also be played on a table top or floor using the included straw ring stands.

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Latin Percussion was founded in 1964 as the passion project of Martin Cohen, a young engineer living in New York City. Captivated by the Latin music he heard at New York’s jazz clubs, Martin set out to hand-craft his own percussive instruments like bongos and cowbells, delivering them to musicians all around the city. Since then, LP has been dedicated to producing only the highest quality percussion instruments by putting the needs of the performing musician above all others. From congas to cajons, timbales to tambourines, LP continues to meet the demands of modern percussionists across all styles of music.