Any drummer worth their salt knows that percussion doesn't begin and end with the every-popular rock drum kit, and is always looking for ways to bring new and exciting sounds to their music. This is where Toca comes in. Since the early 90's, Toca has been creating hand drums and other alternative percussive instruments with the goal in mind of providing the people with distinctive, "Afro-Cuban" sounding instruments. Its wide selection of drums, shakers and other percussive noisemakers is sure to have something to offer musicians of every skill level and background.
From accessories to standalone sets, Toca has it all. If what you're looking for is a drum kit add-on, the Toca Hi-Hat Hit Zone Tambourine is one instrument you won't want to pass up. It's designed to attach to the top of your hi-hat stand and has durable rubber hit zones for adding a bright jingle to your rhythmic playing.
For someone searching for a portable standalone instrument for jam sessions, drumming circles, acoustic sets and more, the Toca Synergy Black Mamba Djembe is sure to please. This djembe is hand-carved from environmentally friendly mahogany wood that has been kiln dried and coated with teak oil for preservation. It even boasts an authentic goatskin head for sharp, unparalleled sound.
If, however, you're looking for something truly versatile and unique, the Toca Pro Line Timbales are sure to become a fast favorite. Made from hand-hammered steel, this set of timbales has 5 lugs on each shell for an authentic sound and an attractive black copper finish. It even includes an adjustable tripod stand and cowbell mounting bracket to complete the setup.
Loved by artists like Marc Anthony's percussionist, Eric Velez, Usher's drummer, Aaron Spears, and a member of Prince's backing band, Hannah Ford Welton, Toca makes world instruments and other exciting percussion accessible to North American players. Each piece is crafted with quality, style and optimal performance in mind, resulting in a line of instruments that are as beautiful as they are fun.