Latin Percussion LP261
Grenadilla Wood Claves

OUR PART #  LP261


Claves are the traditional instruments used to play the clave rhythmic pattern and are comprised of two sticks that are struck together to get a sharp, cracking sound. One is called the Clave or male, while the other is the Striker or female. The Clave lays in one hand between the fingertips and the heel of the hand, with the thumb out for support. This space between the Clave and the palm of the hand creates a sound chamber. The Striker is held as a beater in the other hand and is struck against the Clave.

Latin Percussion LP261 Grenadilla Wood Claves Features:

  • Clave and Striker are the same size (8" L x 1-1/4" W)
  • A rich, dark sound that is great for studio work but with the projection to cut through live bands

Latin Percussion LP261
Grenadilla Wood Claves

OUR PART #  LP261

Product Information:

Claves are the traditional instruments used to play the clave rhythmic pattern and are comprised of two sticks that are struck together to get a sharp, cracking sound. One is called the Clave or male, while the other is the Striker or female. The Clave lays in one hand between the fingertips and the heel of the hand, with the thumb out for support. This space between the Clave and the palm of the hand creates a sound chamber. The Striker is held as a beater in the other hand and is struck against the Clave.

Latin Percussion LP261 Grenadilla Wood Claves Features:

  • Clave and Striker are the same size (8" L x 1-1/4" W)
  • A rich, dark sound that is great for studio work but with the projection to cut through live bands
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