Meinl Foot Cabasa

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Free your hands while your foot maintains cabasa rhythms.

Meinl has mounted a large Turbo Cabasa on a sturdy footpedal, that adds a new sound to your setup. You can now keep a cabasa rhythm going while your hands play the congas or other drums. The MEINL Foot Cabasa can be set for either a single or double-stroke according to your taste.

Features

  • Steel chain
  • Stainless steel cylinder
  • Wooden body
  • Black powder-coated pedal
  • Selectable single- or double-stroke setting

An innovation in foot-driven percussion. Order yours today.

 
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MeinlFoot Cabasa
 
3.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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3.0

I would be nice to have a video to look for the details

By Juan Pablo Muñoz

from San José, Costa Rica.

Comments about Meinl Foot Cabasa:

I dont know if it was ment to be this way, but my cabasa was a bit loose from the axis, so when the mute is tight to have a more very precise sound the pedal would move and the cabasa wont. If the cabasa would have been one whole piece with the axis that connects it to the pedal, you could have a tight and precise sound.

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4.0

Nice piece of equipment

By rhbean

from Undisclosed

Comments about Meinl Foot Cabasa:

This cabasa is well built and works as advertised. Like most cabasas it is loud, but with the foot pedal it is a bit more difficult to control. So, it will take some practice to learn play with any nuance. The pedal part also makes some noise, which is a minor distraction/criticism. Also, I wish Meinl made a carry case/bag for it for transporting to gigs. Basically, if you want a cabasa but your hands are already busy, this is a great alternative.

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