Iron "reco reco" - 3 springs - Pagoda

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Measures: (H x W x L): 3.5 x 8 x 33.5 cm (1.4 x 3.2 x 13.2 in). Weight: 0.54 kg (1.2 lb)
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Obtain with this instrument the pure and exotic sound of the Brazilian soul

Gope Musical Instruments manufactures and supplies percussion instruments and parts to professional musicians since 1962.

Reco-reco or dikanza, also known in Brazil as scraper or snail is a generic term that indicates the idiophones which sound is produced by scraping. This instrument is very common in Latin American music styles such as cumbia and salsa and also in Puerto Rico and all the Caribbean. Scraping a drumstick over the butts produces the sound.

This typical reco-reco of Brazil, is commonly used in samba / pagoda groups or in samba-plot batteries. It consists of a metal box with three steel springs stretched out on the top, against which a metal stick is rubbed, so it is possible to use prolonged reverberation in the spring after friction or to smother them with the hand that holds the box.

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