[Harp-L] Foot Tambourine
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- Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2015 09:42:13 -0400
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I was checking out the local music store in Petoskey looking for a
desktop music stand and stumbled on a Foot Tambourine, which I had been
thinking about in vague terms. Now, this won't turn the average
harmonica player into a one-man band, but it will add a bit of rhythm.
It fits on the foot over the shoe with an elastic strap and has four of
the tambourine jingley-things.
No batteries required. Also works as a self-contained no-windup
Better than just tapping the naked foot.
Costs about $12. Mine is red.
Made in Taiwan and label written by non-English speaker: Patend pending
comes out: "patended pinning" and "Ideal for cajon (sic) and guitar
For $12, it's a deal and a lot cheaper (in time spend) than trying to
make one of these rascals.
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