Natal African Shaker Small

427 (including VAT @ 20%)

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Can be delivered to you on: 3rd June 2016

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1 year warranty and 30 day money back guarantee included

1 year warranty and 30 day money back guarantee included

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Product Ref: 27368

  • Colourful African Shaker
  • Small Size

Natal African Shaker Small

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Similar to the ganza, the Natal African shaker is great for adding rhythm to world music. Pair it with the large African shaker for a two-tone sound.

Product Ref: 27368

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Natal was originally conceived in 1958 by distinguished British percussionist Alan Sharp who, unable to find the exact instruments he wanted to play, sourced their individual parts and assembled them himself. His bongos were of such high quality that orders began to flood in, eventaully leading to the foundation of the Natal Percussion Company in 1965. Natal is fully committed to producing drums and hardware of the highest standard of quality, and Natal percussion is used by top artists including Brian Downey (Thin Lizzy) and Ian Matthews (Kasabian).

Features/Specifications:

  • Colourful African shaker
  • Small size