The Scholar's Study hosts an expansive collection of percussion, drums and instruments PLUS stacks of Afro-Cuban vinyl records!
Highlights of the drum collection:
Bata drums, the sacred instrument of Santeria, featuring the LP Fibreglass Bata Etotale and LP Fibreglass Bata Okonkolo. These are examples of some of the first bata drums sold by LP. These oversized models are rare and players love the sound.
Valje Bongo by LP
The legendary JCR Percussion Cha-Cha Bell
Matador Quinto Conga
Valje Style Gon Bops Bongo
63rd Street Percussion Cajon Tumba and Cajon Segundo
A collection of decorated Doumbeks, the leader of percussion instruments in the Middle East and North Africa.
Highlights of the woodwind collection include vintage saxophones and clarinets, featuring makers Conn, Selmer and Buescher.
The standout woodwind is the unique King Saxello soprano saxophone; with a half turned bell and a curved top.
Yanagisawa Curved Soprano Saxophone
American Artist 46M Tenor Saxophone
Conn Chu Berry Soprano Saxophone
Buescher Silver Plated Soprano Saxophone
A Tarogato, commonly used in both Hungarian and Romanian folk music.
AND MORE instruments!
Antique Fretless Five String Banjo with "Union Forever" hardware
A Kawai K Series Professional Upright Piano, admired by schools, teachers, parents and students for their outstanding tone.
Afro-Cuban and Jazz vinyl records, vintage turntables and the rare Onkyo Integra Stereo Cassette Player, TA-2047.