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Atlas Medium Frog Guiro

Wooden frog with bumpy back and scraper stick go to the full product description

Item ID: GR19048   Model No: AP-E100   Made in India

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Atlas Medium Frog Guiro Wooden frog with bumpy back and scraper stick
Price: £15.95 (approx. €21.65)


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Atlas Medium Frog Guiro

Wooden frog with bumpy back and scraper stick

    Product Features
  • Great for kids!
  • Popular frog design
  • A great addition to anyone's percussion collection
    Product Specifications
  • Medium size wooden frog guiro: 10cm x 6.5cm x 6.5cm. The scraper stick can be held in the frogs mouth!
  • Weight: 0.02 kg (approx)
  • Made in: India
  • Model Number: AP-E100
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This section has the oldest instruments in the world. Idiophones played by man across the world from the earliest times. The bones still feature strongly in the folk traditions of the British Isles, Up to four bones can be held in each hand but two is usual. We also have Spanish castanets, Thai frogs and many other latin intruments as well.
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