Trophy Bodhran  

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The Bodhran is the traditional Celtic drum that provides the vital pulse of Celtic music even in modern times. The Grover-Trophy bodhran stays true to the time-honored build. It is played with a double beater that allows one hand to produce complex rhythms, while the other hand adds tonal expression by muting or applying tension to the inside surface of the head.


 
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TrophyBodhran
 
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Excellent Costumer Service!!!!

By Nan

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        Comments about Trophy Bodhran:

        I'm no expert on Bodhrans. But it sounds lovely and seems durable. And the best part of it was when there was a concern, Music123's customer service was not only very helpful in taking care of it but wonderfully POLITE!!! which was so refreshing!!

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        Servicable Entry-Level Bodhran

        By Paul Race

        from Undisclosed

        Comments about Trophy Bodhran:

        Scheduled to publicly perform a traditional Celtic song with few experienced musicians and little time to prepare, I went looking for a Bodhran to loan to a percussionist I hoped would be able to participate. Most were $100 or more, but the Trophy Bodhran looked like it would fulfill my (possibly one-time) needs. Untunable, it is built on a frame like a large tambourine without the chimes, but with crossbracing that may hopefully make it more rugged. I would expect it to last a year of heavy use, much longer with light use. For a newbie or occasional use, it seems to be a very good investment. I could get good sounds out of it, but unfortunately, the percussionist was unavailable so we didn't get a chance to use it. I'm keeping it, though, with the hope that it will be useful to me next time something like this comes up. - Paul Race, School of the Rock

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