LP, Small Claw For Splash LP592S-X

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Latin Percussion, also known as LP, is a brand of percussion instruments, specializing in ethnic instruments engineered and manufactured to withstand the rigors of use in a drum kit, orchestral percussion section, and similar applications.

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The LP Claw is the most unique mounting system of its kind in the world. Introduced in the early eighties, it has since become a standard among studio engineers, drum techs, drummers, and percussionists in all areas of music. The unique design of The LP Claw provides a variety of placement choices for splash cymbals, percussion accessories, and microphones.

The newly contoured jaws, with lined rubber mounts, fit tight to any standard drum rim and to all LP rims including traditional, LP Comfort Curve II, LP Matador Soft Strike, and CP EZ Curve. The new longer body allows the jaw to open wide enough to fit bass drum hoops and close enough for the side edges of amplifiers. LP's super gripping eye-bolt assembly is now used to firmly grip the accessory rods included with all models. The accessory rod pivot allows for full 360 rotation for precise rod positioning.

The LP Splash Claw gives you the ability to mount cymbals, up to 16" in diameter, on any rimmed drum. All types of cymbals, including LP Ice Bells can be placed with ease around drum sets, percussion set ups, and marching drums. The included Z shaped cymbal arm comes with thick cymbal felts and a heavy duty wing nut to protect and secure cymbals. The LP Splash Claw is the best way to add cymbals to any set up without adding bulky stands.

LP, Small Claw For Splash LP592S-X
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