LP One Shot Shaker - Finger Version

Model: LP-LP442F

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$6.95 (Sold Individually)

LP's original One Shot Shaker was a revolution in shaker design. With its single live striking area, it gave percussionists the ability to play complex rhythms with a precision that was previously impossible with traditional shakers. LP's ...
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LP's original One Shot Shaker was a revolution in shaker design. With its single live striking area, it gave percussionists the ability to play complex rhythms with a precision that was previously impossible with traditional shakers. LP's new Finger Shot Shaker scales down that same concept, giving a new definition to the term "hand percussion."

In essence, the Finger Shot is a mini versions of the One Shot Shaker, designed to attach easily to a player's fingers by means of elastic ribbons. Rhythmic patterns can be created simply by moving the hands up and down in the air. The more a Finger Shot is used; the louder and more distinctive the shaker sound.

The Finger Shot is also perfect for adding a subtle nuance to rhythms played on congas, bongos, or a cajon. The miniature size of the Finger Shot lets it make its musical contribution without interfering with the player's drumming technique.

Innovative, versatile, and eminently musical, LP's Finger Shot is proof positive that good things come in small packages.

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This is a great design. You only get the downbeat without all the movement of the beads any time you move your hand in a different direction. While it's designed to be played at the same time as another instrument by putting it on your finger, it can be played by itself just fine too. Great for more detailed rhythms!

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8th notes shaker

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extremely cool ! I don't know how they're done but anyway you shake it you get the down beat and not the upbeat, thus playing quarter notes or eighth notes but not 16th notes, which is rare for a shaker. a must try !

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