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Latin Percussion - One Handed Triangle LP311H
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Latin Percussion - One Handed Triangle LP311H

With its ability to project a sonorous tone over almost any musical competition, the triangle has been a staple of the percussionist's arsenal for centuries. And in all that time its design has remained essentially the same: a single steel rod bent into a triangular shape. It's played by holding it in one hand or suspending it from a stand, and striking it with a beater held in the other hand. Performing any sort of creative rhythms has always required the use of two hands.