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LP Conga Models
Each LP conga series is designed for a particular playing level.LP has over 20 conga models and these are organized into the following series: CP (Cosmic Percussion) and World Beat; Aspire; Matador; and LP. are professional quality congas, made with the best shells, parts and heads. They have the richest tones & are LP Music's highest level series. are also pro quality congas in their shells and hardware. The main difference between the Matador & LP series are the heads; the LP hand picked heads are better than the Matador heads & this largely account for the price difference.
World Beat, CP and Aspire congas are quality entry level congas. They are a little smaller than Matador & LP congas, but still sound great and produce the full range of true conga tones. They are designed for players ages 7 and up.
Familiarize yourself with LP congas - learn the features & qualities of the congas that interest you. The following charts will help you determine which conga is best for you.
1. LP Series - Professional & Premium Congas
2. Matador Series - Intermediate & Advanced Congas
3. Aspire/World Beat Series - Entry Level Congas
What the Best Players Play®"Products bearing the LP label have behind them an unequaled history of design innovation, manufacturing excellence & customer service. it is to this end that we will continue our devotion to LP's original credo: "Authenticity in sound with uniqueness in design". - Martin Cohen, founder of LP Music
Why is Latin Percussion Music® the Industry Leader?"Trust the Leader" - Why is LP the industry leader for Latin percussion instruments? Check out the beginnings of LP Music, the principles they were founded upon & what inspired LP founder, Martin Cohen, to make his first Latin percussion instrument.