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A selection of drums personally designed by Andrea in collaboration with the best Italian makers.
A minimalist, yet loud and great sounding drum. Realized in collaboration with the master Maker Gianni Berardi, an affordable drum, but with all the technical specifications to be used in the hybrid style created by Andrea.
Solid wood. Extra soft natural goat skin. Tuning system: screws (tuning key included) Diameter: 12′′. 5 pairs of jingles 40 mm iron. 1 pair of jingles 50 mm solid brass. Lathe rectified. Asymmetrical jingles position for using the instrument in TAR, RIQ, and TAMBURELLO modes.
Drum that combines expressive and sonic possibilities in an amazing range, for use open to all musical styles and genres.
A series of frame drums inspired by the "Muses" the divine inspirers of the arts in the ancient Hellenic tradition, entirely realized in Salento, ancient heart of Magna Graecia, with the collaboration of the famous maker Biagio Panico. A line of instruments of very high workmanship, cared for in every single detail and made in the noblest of woods: the Olive, difficult to work but possessing unique qualities, used in Italy for centuries for the construction of bagpipes, ciaramelle and castanets.
Design: Andrea Piccioni, Olivewood, Very soft goat skin, Fixing method: gluing, Tuning: Mechanical system with hex-key, Jingles changing system with hex-key, Diameter: 12″, Frame’s height: 3″, N° 4 groups of four burnt tinplate jingles, dimension 3″, the external hand-pounded, the internal plain Handle: four fingers hole It includes: a hex-key, a padded case and two sets of alternative jingles, a brass one and a burnt tomato tinplate one. Perfect for professional use and adaptable to both traditional and modern styles.
Design: Andrea Piccioni, Olivewood, Hand-tanned goat skin Fixing method: gluing Diameter: 12″ Frame’s height: 3″ N° 4 groups of four burnt jingles, dimension 3″, the external hand-pounded, the internal plain Handle: four fingers hole.
Recommended for use on traditional styles such as pizzica pizzica, saltarello, calabrese, tarantella.