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African Shaker - Kosh Kash (Kashaka Rattles)

African Shaker - Kosh Kash (Kashaka Rattles)

About Product: Experience the versatility of Kashaka Rattles, also known as aslato, aslatua, cascas, televi, kasso-kassoni, and more. These percussive instruments are perfect for adding unique rhythms and sounds to your music. Their ergonomic design allows for comfortable and effortless playing. Shake and swing for ... Read More
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About Product:

Experience the versatility of Kashaka Rattles, also known as aslato, aslatua, cascas, televi, kasso-kassoni, and more. These percussive instruments are perfect for adding unique rhythms and sounds to your music. Their ergonomic design allows for comfortable and effortless playing. Shake and swing for endless possibilities!

Originating from Ghana, these traditional instruments made from the Swawa tree are both simple and unique. They are typically played in pairs (one in each hand) and are capable of producing complex polyrhythms Discover centuries-old musical tradition with Kashaka Rattles. Used in pairs, each equipped with its own hand, these iconic instruments will inspire complex polyrhythms and unmatched rhythm-keeping precision..

Specifications:
Pod Size: 4-5cm
String Length: 11cm
Sold in a pair - One in each hand.
This is a natural product so colour and shape may vary.

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