LP Agogo BellsBorn in the 1960sLP Agogo Bells were born in the 1960s in response to the Bossa Nova craze. They are LPs interpretation of the instrument that comes from Brazil and are distinctly bright... Click To Read More About This Product
LP Agogo Bells
Born in the 1960s
LP Agogo Bells were born in the 1960s in response to the Bossa Nova craze. They are LPs interpretation of the instrument that comes from Brazil and are distinctly brighter in sound than the original versions.Years of extensive use on influential recordings
Through years of extensive use on influential recordings, LP Agogo Bells have become the sound that is sought after globally. They are made of 18 gauge steel and are relatively pitched a minor third apart.
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Every percussion setup needs some agogo bells, obviously if your playing Brazilian, but also if your into hip hop, jazz, soul or anything. Drumkit players, you can move a crowd with nothing more than bass drum and a good agogo pattern. These bells have a nice clear sound, in tune with themselves, and can be as loud as you need them to be.