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Tycoon Master Series Bongos | Fade Finish

$329.00 inc GST
These Tycoon Master Series bongos boast stunning sparkle fade gloss finishes & feature shells constructed of hand-selected aged Siam Oak wood, providing exceptional durability and unmatched sound.
 
 
 
 
Tycoon MASTER FANTASY BOA SERIES BONGOS
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Tycoon Master Series Bongos | Fantasy Boa

$329.00 inc GST
The Tycoon Master Series Fantasy bongos are wrapped in a unique, stunning boa snake-skin finish & feature shells constructed of hand-selected aged Siam Oak wood, providing exceptional durability and unmatched sound.
 
 
 
 
Tycoon 30th Anniversary Bongos
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Tycoon 30th Anniversary Celebration Series Bongos

$399.00 inc GST
In celebration of their 30th Anniversary, Tycoon have produced these stunning Celebration Series set of bongos.
They feature 7″ & 8 1/2″ shells constructed of hand-selected top-grade American Ash wood, with special procedures taken in the production process to accentuate patterns of the wood grain.
 
 
 
 

Toca Synergy Bongos

$119.95 inc GST
The TOCA Synergy wooden bongos are fantastic value, sounding great & looking just as good with their range of translucent gloss-coloured finishes.
Toca is committed to being green and environmentally friendly. The wood they use is harvested from a plantation in Thailand, where their drums are then lathed and handcrafted by local musicians. This carefully managed resource is much easier on the environment than wood taken from primary forests.
TOCA Synergy Congas
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Toca Synergy Conga Set

$499.00 inc GST
TOCA Synergy Congas are fantastic value, sound great & look just as good with their range of translucent gloss-coloured finishes.
Toca is committed to being green and environmentally friendly. The wood they use is harvested from a plantation in Thailand, where their drums are then lathed and handcrafted by local musicians. This carefully managed resource is much easier on the environment than wood taken from primary forests.