13 Best Drum Set Agogo Bells

List Updated March 2020

Bestselling Drum Set Agogo Bells in 2020


REMO Bell, Agogo, 3-Tone, Valencia Series

REMO Bell, Agogo, 3-Tone, Valencia Series
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Stagg SMTI Maple Timbale Sticks

Stagg SMTI Maple Timbale Sticks
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • One pair
  • Maple with simple rounded ends
  • 7/16" diameter
  • Great for general and Latin percussion work

LP Black Beauty Cowbell LP204AN

LP Black Beauty Cowbell LP204AN
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • 5" Mountable, Black
  • High pitched, bright sound with a moderate overtone
  • Slightly rounded playing surface makes it easy to get a good sound every time
  • Patented self-aligning eye-bolt fits 3/8" to 1/2"diameter rods
  • Made in the USA

AAR Rosewood Spoon Percussion Irish Celtic Folk

AAR Rosewood Spoon Percussion Irish Celtic Folk
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • AAR Rosewood Wood Spoon Percussion Irish Celtic Folk Musical 9" long
  • Spoon Rosewood ancient rhythm instrument, drums & percussion,Designed for a traditional 'clip clop' sound, Hand crafted for perfection,Traditional Folk Musical Instruments, popular in Ireland, USA,
  • Rhythm wooden spoon connected at the base for ease of using
  • Great item Musical Percussion

Latin Percussion LP571 Universal Agogo Mounting Bracket

Latin Percussion LP571 Universal Agogo Mounting Bracket
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Securely mounts LP Vibrato-Slap to any percussion set up that uses 3/8" diameter rod
  • Durable
  • Black

Alo Bell Set - Togo Iron Bell - Set of 3

Alo Bell Set - Togo Iron Bell - Set of 3
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Hand-forged of recycled iron by master blacksmiths in Togo
  • Small Bell: 5in tall bell, 7.5in tall, Standard Bell: 8in tall bell, 11in tall,Large Bell: 9.5in tall bell, 13in tall
  • Bright, sustained tones sing out over the ensemble
  • Hand crafted in Africa by village cultural artisans supported by the non-profit Africa Heartwood Project
  • World Percussion USA is the only authorized seller of Africa Heartwood Project instruments on this marketplace. All other sellers of this item are NOT selling the product described in this listing!

Large Gankogui Double Bell with Stick - Agogo Cow Bell from Ghana - Large Size

Large Gankogui Double Bell with Stick - Agogo Cow Bell from Ghana - Large Size
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Hand-forged of recycled iron by master blacksmiths in Togo
  • 8in tall low bell, 11.5in tall
  • Bright, sustained tones sing out over the ensemble
  • Hand crafted in Africa by village cultural artisans supported by the non-profit Africa Heartwood Project
  • World Percussion USA is the only authorized seller of Africa Heartwood Project instruments on this marketplace. All other sellers of this item are NOT selling the product described in this listing!

AAR Percussion Folk Instrument Rhythm Stick Bone Rosewood

AAR Percussion Folk Instrument Rhythm Stick Bone Rosewood
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • AAR Percussion Folk Instrument Rhythm Stick Bone Rosewood
  • Rhythm Bones Solid Rosewood Natural Finish
  • Rhythm Stick size 9" X 1
  • Great item Musical Instruments and Accessories

Buddha4all Two Line Big Dancing Bells Ghungroo Pair Handmade Indian Classical Dance Accessories Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Odissi Ghungru (Mix)

Buddha4all Two Line Big Dancing Bells Ghungroo Pair Handmade Indian Classical Dance Accessories Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Odissi Ghungru (Mix)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Size : Width - 1.5" Length - 9", Weight: 8.7 oz | Ghungroo pair made in brass mounted on colourful cloth/velvet pads/Cotton pads
  • This is sold in a pair of Export Quality Ghungroos tied in thick white cotton string with each pair having brass bells used in Indian Classical Dances Like Kathak & Odissi. | New, Dancing Bells Kathak Ghungroo Pair Handmade Indian Classical Dance Accessories
  • Providing you the best range of Kathak Ghungroo with effective & timely delivery. Dancing Bells Kathak Ghungroo Pair Handmade Indian Classical Dance Accessories
  • Adding just the right sound to various activities and performances, this common belly and Indian dance accessory is very versatile and can be worn on your ankles or wrists and can also hang on drums.

AAR Wooden Claves Pair Rhythm Stick Solid rosewood

AAR Wooden Claves Pair Rhythm Stick Solid rosewood
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Brand New Wooden Claves Pair Rhythm Stick Solid rosewood
  • Clave pair of wooden attached to a wooden handle
  • Agogo bell size 10" X 6.5
  • Great item Musical Instruments and Accessories

6MILES 2 PCS Ring for a Smile and Kiss Hand Bells Set Great Fun Creative Call Children Toy Adult Party Prop Novelty Gag Gifts for Hilarious Valentines Lovers Wedding

6MILES 2 PCS Ring for a Smile and Kiss Hand Bells Set Great Fun Creative Call Children Toy Adult Party Prop Novelty Gag Gifts for Hilarious Valentines Lovers Wedding
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020

SELFON Single Wooden Agogo Guiro Tone Block Percussion with Beater Musical Instruments Enlighten Toy For kid Children Toddler Gift

SELFON Single Wooden Agogo Guiro Tone Block Percussion with Beater Musical Instruments Enlighten Toy For kid Children Toddler Gift
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020

African Wooden Agogo Double Bell with Solid Handel & Beater

African Wooden Agogo Double Bell with Solid Handel & Beater
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Brand New African Wooden Agogo Double Bell with Solid Handel & Beater
  • Agogo bell pair of wooden attached to a wooden handle
  • Agogo bell size 10" X 6.5
  • Great item Musical Instruments and Accessories

Concert Review: Carl Palmer Band at the Galaxy Theater, Santa Ana, CA: Legendary Drummer Celebrates the Music of Emerson, Lake and Palmer

Once you see Carl Palmer live, he'll ruin you for most other drum solos.

The Galaxy is a small club in Santa Ana, CA, that holds 550 on the floor, by the bar, and seated at tables and Vegas-theater booths. Though a small place, I was surprised to see the place packed for an artist who hasn't been around or had any new material since almost a decade. The crowd was mainly made up of 40- and 50-year-olds, fans from the band's heyday, but there was a mix of young people, including Fantasma el Rey and a couple of his friends.

I didn't discover ELP until the mid to late '80s while attending college after the band had gone on hiatus. I enjoy the classical/rock hybrid music they created while understanding how it can be too much for others. I had seen variations live in the form of Emerson, Lake and Powell, and 3, which consisted of Emerson and Palmer, before finally seeing them together in 1997.

The stage was set up with a microphone at the front of the stage for Palmer to come out between numbers and host the festivities. He is a fan of the music just as much as the audience and had a great sense of humor, even self-deprecating at times. When he introduced "Bullfrog" from Works II he asked if people remembered the white album, clarifying that he didn't mean The Beatles' version, and then quickly stated there would be no refunds. Before playing "Canario" from Love Beach, he remarked that the band looked like The Bee Gees on the album's cover.

The set began with Mancini's "Peter Gunn Theme" and it was immediately apparent that the guitar capably replaced the keyboards. They continued with Bartok's "The Barbarian", Copland's "Hoedown", Prokofiev's "The Enemy God Dances With The Black Spirits", "Trilogy", and "L.A. Nights", which Palmer co-wrote with Joe Walsh.

Palmer left and let the two musicians play.Bielatowicz has amazing skills. His nimble fingers flew across the strings, reminding me of Eddie Van Halen, as Clayton laid down a steady rhythm for him dance around. Bielatowicz' face is very expressive. Almost as if he's just as surprised with the sounds he was creating. He threw in bits of "The Flight of the Bumblebee" and "The Wallace and Gromit Theme". Palmer came back. Bielatowicz stepped out, and Clayton soloed. The stage lights dimmed, revealing cool lights on the neck of his bass.

The trio reunited and they played "Tank". On "Bullfrog", Bielatowicz played his guitar with an electric toothbrush, creating some very interesting sounds. Palmer delivered a great double bass drum workout. During "Toccata", Clayton pounded his bass from behind the fret board. Standing on the floor in the front of the stage, I could feel the force of the drums.

The set ended with Copland's "Fanfare for the Common Man. Palmer closed out the show with a brilliant solo that awed the crowd. Words alone cannot do his performance justice. He performed all sorts of tricks like balancing a drumstick across his finger and hitting one end so it plays the cymbal in a seesaw motion. If you are a lucky man and witness a Carl Palmer drum solo, the bar is raised very high, so expect to be disappointed at future concerts.

After encoring with Prokofiev's "Romeo amp; Juliet", the only song performed from the band's '90s output, Palmer had a meet-and-greet with the fans and signed autographs. He is a very humble, down-to-earth man who appreciates his audience as much as they appreciate him. In September, Palmer is performing with the original members of Asia in the United States before continuing planned future dates in Europe and the UK with The Carl Palmer Band.

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