CLASSIC STUDIO SHAKER WITH PLENTY OF VOLUME: The Meinl Studio Mix Shaker features a textured surface with indentations that enhance the overall timbre. This shaker has great percussive punctuation along with plenty of smooth shaker sounds and ample volume, which are optimal for studio recording sessions. Measures 5.5" long x 2.5" wide.
LIGHTWEIGHT ABS PLASTIC BODY: The durable plastic body is perfect for creating well-defined shaker sounds. This shaker may be played traditionally with a front to back motion, or shake it from side-to-side for a different tone.
PLAY WITH A CAJON OR DRUM KIT: Studio Mix shakers work great in a recording environment, but they also fit with any live situation. Acoustic sets on a cajon or full band plugged-in live shows on a drum kit can both be enhanced by the Meinl Studio Mix shaker.
FITS IN ANY GIG BAG: Toss the shaker in any gig bag before heading to a performance or recording studio. Its compact size and big sound are the ideal combination for players looking for a classic shaker.
OFFICIAL TWO YEAR MEINL WARRANTY: Meinl instruments carry a two year manufacturer's warranty when purchased from authorized retailers.
The StudioMix Shakers have a crisp full sound and come in two sizes. The textured surface both enhances the timbre and enables a positive grip. Lightweight plastic body is virtually unbreakable.
Dozens of new guitar sounds and playing techniques
For guitar, bass, mandolin, ukulele, banjo, and other string instruments
Voted top "10 coolest guitar gear innovations" by guitar player magazine
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