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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Sounds like a cowbell
By Sylvester Jackson
Loud. Feels sturdy. It can be clamped on to a drumset, or held in your hand. I think I may put a piece of wood in the clamp or something for easier holding since I want to use it hand held. It's a good size. No one of the huge ones, but big enough to not sound high pitched and like a toy. It fits easily in my small gear bag. It does not have a clanger, you can't shake it and ring it.
I haven't tried using it with any actual cows, so i can't speak to it for that purpose. I would think they would like it. Cows aren't particularly choosy. I would imagine pigs would dislike it though. It's not a pigbell. If you are looking for a pigbell, I would get a bell specifically designed for pigs. It could pass as a donkeybell. Donkeybells are really just cowbells with a thinner build.
If you paint it a different color, you can have it in different colors. Purple would be nice. Or plaid.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
"I have a fever, and the cure is more cowbell."
This one has little pads inside to deaden the ring a little bit. It mounts on a high-hat. It sounds like a cowbell should IMHO. Now I can play Nazareth's Hair of the Dog, Grazing in the Grass, and Grand Funk Railroad's American Band. WooHoo!
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Decent, Low-Cost Cowbell
By Jack Spade
The size and price are right for this cowbell. The welds won't win any awards, but for the price, it seems like a good deal. The tone is a bit ringy, and it does come with some dampening foam on the inside, but one piece fell out almost immediately. I've got more foam weatherstripping laying around, so I'll use some of that.