The double-headed LP Repinique is the perfect complement to the surdo, traditionally played with a stick and used to signal shifts in tempo or dancer activity. Accordingly, the LP Repinique is light i... Click To Read More About This Product
The double-headed LP Repinique is the perfect complement to the surdo, traditionally played with a stick and used to signal shifts in tempo or dancer activity. Accordingly, the LP Repinique is light in weight and yields high-pitched exclamations that penetrate the noise of a street throng. Tensioned high, the LP Repinique holds pitch securely by means of six, adjustable tuning screws positioned below the rim for comfort. The top head incorporates a special radius top that is easy on the hands.
Brazilian percussion reflects the history, society, culture and geography of a massive segment of the South American population. In one sense rhythms are complex and diverse; in another, they stroll along more unfettered than, say, Cuban music, which must adhere to the clave. The Carnaval parades, the voices of exotic jungle birds, or even the joyful cries of children are replicated in indigenous percussion instruments--as in the new LP Rio Brazilian Percussion Line.
The LP Rio Brazilian line includes the essential percussion to generate a range of samba patterns at Carnaval. The LP Rio Brazilian Percussion Line adheres to the highest LP standards--authenticity, broad tonality, and good projection. And innovation, as always, is the guiding spirit.
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Comments about LP Aluminum Repinique:
This is a bare bones Repinique. As the description says, though, it does have plenty of bite, and otherwise gets the job done. The head is by no means bad, but I wonder if a better one would project more, or otherwise raise the volume. I've never had a problem with either, but I feel like this instrument could be better than it is. All in all it's good enough, but without much pizzazz.