2 Solid Shell Requintos: 'A Casual Demo/ Video Comparison'

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2 Solid Shell Requintos: 'A Casual Demo/ Video Comparison'

Postby Mr.Rumba » Fri Mar 29, 2013 8:32 am

This is a friendly, casual comparison/demo of the Spirit In The Wood Drum Co. Figured Ash requinto and a Manito Percussion Ambrosia Sycamore Quinto. Please note, this is not the new red ambrosia Manito conga set whose photos I posted recently here, this is an older model with a new Manito natural brown steer skin on it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SU8ilovEvw
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Re: 2 Solid Shell Requintos: 'A Casual Demo/ Video Compariso

Postby Jerry Bembe » Fri Mar 29, 2013 5:49 pm

Thank you for sharing this. Many of us would not have this opportunity for comparison.

Please in the future include singular tones of open, slap, bass .... This would be helpful for full appreciation of the overall tone of each instrument.

I salute your effort here and am grateful.
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Re: 2 Solid Shell Requintos: 'A Casual Demo/ Video Compariso

Postby Mr.Rumba » Fri Mar 29, 2013 6:22 pm

Jerry Bembe wrote:Thank you for sharing this. Many of us would not have this opportunity for comparison.

Please in the future include singular tones of open, slap, bass .... This would be helpful for full appreciation of the overall tone of each instrument.

I salute your effort here and am grateful.



Hi Jerry,
I will do that in the next video for sure, great idea!
Glad you enjoyed it and thanks for the props!
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Re: 2 Solid Shell Requintos: 'A Casual Demo/ Video Compariso

Postby Thebreeze » Fri Mar 29, 2013 9:52 pm

Both drums sound great, of course the quinto a little lower in pitch than the requinto, but they both sounded nice and Rumba Worthy.
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