Toca Limited Edition Congas are constructed with Asian oak shells are formed into a 30" tall contemporary Afro-Cuban shape designed for added volume and resonance. The limited edition congas come with... Click To Read More About This Product
Toca Limited Edition Congas are constructed with Asian oak shells are formed into a 30" tall contemporary Afro-Cuban shape designed for added volume and resonance. The limited edition congas come with striking improved gold titanium vacuum-plated hardware.
The drums are fitted with a premium bison skin head, with six lugs for greater tuning range. Toca's EasyPlay Hoop goes easy on your hands while providing full, accurate tone.
Toca is committed to being green and environmentally friendly, using wood harvested from a plantation in Thailand. Toca drums are then lathed and handcrafted by local musicians. This carefully managed resource is much easier on the environment than wood taken from primary forests.
Free online videos on how-to play and tune Toca congas are available at tocapercussion.com.
Available in 11" quinto, 11-3/4" conga, and 12-1/2" tumba sizes
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Comments about Toca Limited Edition Conga:
I love these drums! Right when you get them out of the box, you can tell the difference compared to other brands. This drum was made for professionals all the way down to the hardware. Six tuning lugs make it easy to adjust the tone. The bison skins are awesome. The sound that resonates from the Tumba drum was deep. Can really feel the bass. It was a shame for me to replace the bison skins with Remo Nuskyn. I play with a live band and the bison skins don't cut through as well. But if I ever record, I'm gonna put them back on. I almost have the whole set. I really hope they don't sell out before I can purchase the quinto. The only thing I wasn't sure of was the paint job. I couldn't decide if I should get a natural wood finish or the Sahara Gold. Natural wood will never go out of style. I'm really hoping that the Sahara Gold will not look outdated 10 years later. ;)