In this video from NAMM 2015, Remo product manager, Chalo Eduardo, shows us Remo’s new hand drumming products for this year.
First up is the Tamburello, which comes in two models: a Pre-Tuned with a fixed Skyndeep graphic drumhead and a tunable version with a replaceable P3 head. Both feature conical jingle rings and a Acousticon drum shell.
Also new from Remo is the Pandurello. Similar in appearance to the Tamburello, the Pandurello is a hybrid instrument influenced by two popular drumming styles: one from Brazil and the other from Calabria in Southern Italy. The Pandurello produces low bass tones and has a Skyndeep graphic drumhead with a Mylar underlay ring. Like the Tamburello, the Pandurello has conical chrome jingle rings and a Acousticon shell.
Next, Eduardo demonstrates the Drum Table with its Comfort Sound Technology. This instrument produces a big vibration but has a gentle, non-abrasive sound that works well with listeners who may be especially sensitive to loud sounds. There is also a Drum Table with a Skyndeep drumhead that’s made for professional drummers.
The NAMM Show 2015, a trade-only event for the music products industry, was held January 22-25 in Anaheim, California at the Anaheim Convention Center. For information on NAMM 2015 visit the official NAMM website here. For more on Remo visit their website here. To see other videos and coverage of NAMM 2015 from Modern Drummer click here.