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Spinbal cymbal spinner now available exclusively from The Music Shipping Company

Release Date

Out Now

Product Type

Drum accessories

Manufacturer

Spinbal

Contact

https://musicshipping.co.uk/

Laura  Barnes
Spinbal cymbal spinner now available exclusively from The Music Shipping Company

Spinbal randomises the striking locations on cymbal surfaces, helping to reduce key-holing and cymbal cracks.

The Music Shipping Company has announced that it has taken on the exclusive UK distribution of Spinbal – a unique cymbal-spinning device to help reduce unwanted tone modulation.

Designed in the US and already attracting a number of well known artists, Spinbal adds a completely new dimension to cymbals.

An ultra-smooth bearing system in a precision engineered housing, which fits on most standard (8mm) thread cymbal stands, allows cymbals to spin for up to 10 minutes or more.

As well as giving your cymbals a unique, mesmerising appearance, there are also excellent acoustic benefits to using the gadget. Spinbal helps eliminate cymbal 'modulation'. When a cymbal is struck the whole surface distorts. This distortion is massively reduced by the centrifugal effect of its rotation when using a Spinbal. Very valuable in both recording and live situations, it will reduce unwanted tone ‘modulation’ in the cymbals sound. This can be especially noticeable during the cymbals ‘decay’ after it is struck.

An extra benefit is even if the cymbal is not actively being spun, Spinbal randomises the striking locations on cymbal surfaces dues to its sensitive bearings. This will help to reduce key-holing and even cymbal cracks.

So far, drummers have found interesting new effects while using Spinbal with beaters, wire brushes and even chains to create ‘white noise’.

Available exclusively in the UK from The Music Shipping Company, Spinbal has an SRP of £15.75.

For more information visit https://musicshipping.co.uk/

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