Grover Pro Percussion

In the 1970's Boston Based Percussionist Neil Grover set out to create a Triangle based off a vintage Leedy triangle used by the Boston Symphony for his own personal use. He was so successful percussionists got word and asked Grover to craft Triangles for them. Thus was the birth of the Super Overtone Triangle. Grover Pro Percussion was officially launched in 1980 and has developed a line of passionately crafted instruments for professionals, students and ensembles worldwide.

Grover Temple Blocks - Compact Set Of Three

This Grover Percussion Temple blocks set is a Compact set of Three with mounting clamp. Grover's Open Tone temple blocks are made from high quality Baltic Birch and New Eng... 

Grover Bronze Triangle

Grover Bronze Series Triangles were developed to fill a need for lighter sounding triangles that retain a predominance of overtone resonance. Manufactured using a special c... 

Grover Aluminum Handle Legato BD Mallet (Yellow)

Grover Brings you it's Aluminum Handle Bass drum Mallets. German felt is sewn over a solid maple core and the easy to grip 5/8" aluminum shaft is well balanced and adds more p... 

Grover Aluminum Handle Ultra Staccato BD Mallet (Red)

If you need Ultra Staccato attack from your bass drum mallet this is the one from you. Grover percussion's Ultra staccato Aluminum Handle Bass Drum Mallet gives you quick punc... 

Grover Percussion Workstation

The Grover Pro Workstation is a multi faceted essential tool for the concert percussionist. The padded top surface and ability to mount percussion arms makes for a great ro...