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Atlas hardwood Claves

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Item ID: GR19000   Model No: AP-L500   Made in China

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Atlas hardwood Claves Made from light coloured wood
Price: £4.95 (approx. €6.75)
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Atlas hardwood Claves

Made from light coloured wood

Best Seller - Top selling item
    Product Features
  • Smooth glossy finish
  • Make a loud clacking sound when struck together
  • Popular rhythm instrument for Latin and all types of music.
    Product Specifications
  • A bright distinctve portable percussion instrument!
  • Weight: 0.06 kg (approx)
  • Made in: China
  • Model Number: AP-L500
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