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Percussion Plus Honestly Made Single coconut maraca
Product code: PP622
£5.00 (inc. VAT)
Key product features
Crafted in Bali using traditional materials and methods
Full bodied, percussive shaker tone
Shaker head made from a coconut shell
Ergonomically designed bamboo handle
Introducing the Introducing the Percussion Plus Honestly Made Single coconut maraca
This simple but effective maraca from the Percussion Plus Honestly Made range features a large coconut shell head and wooden handle. With a large area for the beads to shake and rattle in, the sound is full and projects well.
The wooden handle is tapered for better ergonomics and the whole maraca is well polished to protect the hands, also providing a great finish. At 22cm long, this maraca perfectly balances volume with weight, allowing you to keep a consistent sound and rhythm.
All are made with traditional methods and are sourced responsibly using Fair trade principles. See below for more information about the Honestly Made range of musical instruments from Percussion Plus.
These items are musical instruments not toys and there may be small parts on or in some of them. Younger players should use them under supervision.
A unique take on the classic
The coconut shell shaker and natural wooden handle provides a unique and fun take on your typical maraca. Rather than using unsustainable hard plastics, this instrument utilises materials grown naturally and is hand-made by independent makers in Indonesia. Plus, you still get that iconic maraca sound, making it ideal for use in Latin style ensembles and much more!
Percussion Plus Honestly Made products are manufactured in independent family workshops that are too small to join
Fair Trade groups or are located in countries that do not have such organisations. These suppliers and their subsidiaries
all follow Fair trade principles which include:
Agreeing a fair price Use of recycled materials
Paying significant amounts upfront
Being loyal and reasonable in all dealings
Prioritising smaller suppliers over large factories
Manufacturing methods that do not damage the environment