What is the sound of one hand triangling?
This one-handed triangle from Latin Percussion makes it possible to play triangle rhythms—even rolls—with one hand. Its unique shape fits comfortably and securely in your grip.
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Comments about LP One Handed Triangle:
This is not the triangle to purchase if you don't want to spend the time necessary to learn how to play it. If you go to the LP website they have a demo of it by the inventor. He makes it look easy to play. It is not. It will take hours and hours of effort to get an even, controlled effect. Make sure that the effect is worth it to you. It really opens up possibilies. I can get some interesting combinations playing it with my right hand (I am right handed) while using a clave or a wood block with my left hand and bass and hi-hat. Very neat. But so far my left hand cannot master the thing. As you can imagine it is very sensitive to motion and a slight rocking is all that is necessary to get it to strike. This is good when you want it to strike, but not so good when the strike is inadvertant. In sum, a neat idea that offers new and interesting possibilities for those willing to invest the time needed to learn to play it.