Bestselling Drum Set Cowbells in 2020
SET of 6 METAL COWBELLS 4-5-6-7-8-9" Aux Drum Kit NEW!
Latin Percussion LP338 Bass Drum Cowbell Mounting Bracket
- Securely clamps to the edge of a bass drum hoop
- It's rubber lined to for an extra-secure grip and to protect the bass drum hoop
- 6" in length, 3/8" diameter knurled mounting rod
- Can be used to mount LP Cowbells or LP Jam Blocks
Stagg CB305BK 5.5-Inch Rock Cowbell for Drumset
- Steel Construction
- Mounting Bracket with Screw Attached
- Durable Black Finish
Pearl PCB6 Primero Cowbell
- Argon-gas welding method
- Popular sound and excellent sound quality
- Fully welded for "buzz-less" performance
- 6" Bell
Pearl PCB1030 Primero Rock Cowbell with PPS30 Mount
- Attaches to stands 3/4" to 1 1/8" in diameter
- Popular sound
- Excellent sound quality
- Includes Pearl's PPS3 Universal Percussion Mounting Bracket
Kalos by Cecilio KP_CB-5P 5-Set of Cowbell with Stand
- 5 rows of cow bells
- Adjustable stand
- Wrench included
- Assembly required
Rhythm Tech Acoustic Guitar Body (RT DKP)
- Includes DST 10 mounted tambourine
- 5" Studio Series Cowbell
- DSM2 Universal Mount
- Versatile and ready to mount
- Great sound
Rhythm Band Steel Cowbell 4.5
Latin Percussion LP160NY-K Tambourine and Cowbell with Mount Kit
- US-manufactured, handmade and lively LP City cowbell
- Sensitive and durable LP Cyclops tambourine
- Ergonomic and adjustable mounting arm
- If you're looking to expand the reaches of your sound, this cost-effective option is right for you
- Stand not included
Gibraltar SC-268R Bass Drum Hoop Bell Mount 9.5Mm Rod
- This classic holder mounts on most cowbells on the bass drum hoop in the optimal playing position for playing
- Attach the Gibraltar cowbell mount to your bass drum counter hoop
- 5mm (5/16") post with "U" clamp and wing screw
CLAVE BLOCKS 6 PIECE SET - PERCUSSION AUX DRUMS Plastic Cowbells ALL COLORS NEW
Pearl PPS37 L Arm Rod with Adapter
- Mult-Angle "L" Arm
- attaches to a cymbal stand
- Extremely versatile design
- Lifetime Warranty
Stagg BH268 Cowbell Holder for Bass Drum
- Heavy duty, extremely stable
- Attaches firmly to the bass drum hoop
- Rubber pads prevent scratches on the hoop
- Wing screw for easy adjustment
- 5/16" post
The Scene from Game One: Mohawks and Cowbells and Rays Fans, Oh My!!!
A neutral fan's perspective of Game One of the World Series
Besides, I wanted to soak up the atmosphere first hand. I was curious to see if Tampa Bay fans would show up and support their baseball team when, for the majority of the season, they had failed to do so. Saint Petersburg has seen Yankees and Red Sox fans overtake their stadium for years. This post-season, Philly fan would make them look civil by comparison.
This proud Philadelphia franchise has not won a World Series since 1980, the days of Mike Schmidt, Greg Luzinski and Steve Carlton. They're not about to let some p iss-ant, expansion team deny them another title. In many ways, the Rays are to Philadelphia as Latin America is to the Spaniards. Philly fans simply think they're better. The Rays are an offshoot of baseball history and Philly fans refuse to recognize the existence of any legitimate culture. In this case, Philly fan may be right. The Phillies have been around forever (since 1903). While in their eleventh season, technically, the Rays have only been around a year as they recently dropped the Devil from their name. Damn religious right.
The atmosphere at Tropicana Field, although enjoyable, was exactly as I feared. Rays fans were ever present, sporting their blue mohawks and Evan Longoria jerseys, but Philly fans were rambunctious from the start. The male fans were rowdy and the female fans were... well, let's just say I'm glad I live in Florida. The endless 'Let's Go Phillies' chants were drowned out only by the incessant clang, clang, clang of the cowbells. Bruce Dickinson and I are still trying to figure out what a cow has to do with a manta ray. In the entire history of the animal kingdom, I'm pretty sure these two have never met.
Our seats were grand. Third level high but right behind home plate. Prime foul ball territory. While the clowns to the left of me and jokers to the right caught a few, none unfortunately came our way, which is okay because I really didn't want to get caught on camera spilling my drink in front of millions of Americans. I can do that unwatched in the privacy of my own home. Regardless, the view was sublime. And the pretzels, peanuts, caramel popcorn and bourbon we (allegedly) snuck into the stadium made for a special evening of baseball.
Especially for Cole Hamels.
Early on, Hamels was nearly unhittable. His mixture of change-up and fastball kept the Rays lineup on its heels. That, combined with an early Chase Utley home run, gave the Rays a uphill climb from the start. With Hamels and the Philly bullpen dealing, Upton, Pena, Longoria, Aybar and Navarro were a combined 0-for-18. They all struck out at least once. Upton was responsible for all five Rays runners left on base, which is misleading since he grounded into two double plays. He apparently left his bat in Fenway Park. The Rays can NOT win this series with their role players alone. They must get some production from the meat of their order. Otherwise, this could be a short series.
As you well know, the game was a great one. A classic 3-2 battle. Unfortunately for Rays fans, though, it was one they lost. They did had opportunities and will need to take advantage of them as the series progresses.
Going in the bottom of the ninth, down by a run with closer extraordinaire Brad Lidge coming to the mound to finish the job Hamels had started, the Rays played a montage of inspirational movie clips on the big screen to motivate the crowd, including scenes from Hoosiers, Animal House, The Natural and yes....Rocky, which seemed sacrilegious considering how many Philly fans were in the building. I'm surprised they didn't go Clubber Lang right then and there.
Memo to Tampa Bay: the Phillies mean business. As do their fans. The Rays and their support group can not just be happy to be there. Take this thing seriously. After all, it is the World Series. Beating the Sox was a thrill for the franchise but second place is still the first loser. Philly fans will gladly congratulate you on your American League title while they polish their World Series trophy.
For Rays fans, their appearance in the World Series is a novelty, almost as if they're still surprised to be here. For Philly fan, this is life or death; losing is not an option. If the Rays lose this series, you'll be hard pressed to find a Rays fan who would shed a tear. If the Phils drop this series, we may see a sudden rise in suicide in the City of Brotherly Love. Therein lay the difference between the two baseball cultures, which is perfectly understandable considering their histories. This is not to paint a picture that Rays fans were not loud, supportive and making their presence felt. My head is still ringing from the cowbells. And the Mohawks are kitschy. But it will take a lot more than a drum stick, a piece of metal and a bad hair cut to beat Philadelphia. Substance will always trump shtick.
While the players and managers are ultimately the ones that will decide this series, rest assured, the fans play a role. So take this series seriously, Rays fan. Despite your talent, you never know when you'll get another chance.