Meinl Headliner Designer Series Bongos Vintage Wine Barrel  From Meinl Percussion

Fun looks and fun sound.

Meinl Percussion

$99.99

Retail:  $159.00

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Manufacturer's Description from Meinl Percussion

The Meinl Headliner Designer Bongos provide great sound and looks for an easy price. The exotic looking cloth-covered drum shells are made of rubber wood and adorned with hand-selected buffalo skin heads for authentic sound and feel. The drums' exotic look is accented by black powder-coated rims that are rounded for playing comfort.

Features

  • 6-3/4" & 8"
  • Cloth-covered Rubber Wood
  • Hand-selected buffalo heads
  • Rounded rims for playing comfort
  • Black powder-coated hardware
Meinl Percussion

About Manufacturer

Roland Meinl Percussion is a leading manufacturer of percussion instruments, based in Gutenstetten, Germany. The company, founded in 1951 by Roland Meinl, commercializes a wide range of products that includes bendirs, batá drums, berimbaus, bodhráns, bongo drums, cabasas, cajons, castanets, chimes, congas, cowbells, cymbals, darbukas, didgeridoos, djembes, djembefolas, doumbeks, güiras, güiros, hand drums, jingle bells, kanjiras, maracas, marimbulas, mbiras, pandeiros, pleneras, repiniques, shakers, surdos, tablas, talking drums, tambourines, timbaus and triangles, among others.