Grover Pro Tambourine Wax

Item # PB081
| Mfg # TW
| UPC # 874833000281
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  • *****
  • nice consistency
  • March 07, 2015
  • By: Adagiator

In comparison to other waxes on the market, I have been most pleased with the Grover. Other brands I have tried have been either too tacky or not tacky enough. The Grover wax has allowed me to play finger roll techniques with confidence. I've reapplied it a couple times and it has performed well after each application.

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Grover was founded by Neil Grover with the goal of manufacturing the world's most innovative percussion products. Grover tambourines, triangles, woodblocks, snare drums, mallets and other accessories are considered state-of-the-art by top percussionists.