GMI has for sale the Cecilio KP_AGO Series Agogo (Bells) in 2 or 3 row variations.
An agogô (Yoruba: agogo, meaning bell) is a single or multiple bell now used worldwide. It began as part of traditional Yoruba music and in percussion ensembles. Based on West African Yoruba single or double bells, The agogô may be the oldest samba instrument. The agogô has the highest pitch of any of the percussion ensemble instruments.
The bells are a different size, which produces a different pitch note, depending on which bell is struck. Two bells is the most common arrangement, attached by a U shaped piece of metal. The smaller bell is held uppermost. Either bell may be struck with a wooden stick to make a cowbell like sound, or a clicking sound can be produced by squeezing the two bells together.
KP-AGO-2 - Double Row Features:
Sale Price: 24.99
KP-AGO-3 - Triple Row Features:
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