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I won 2 latin percussion vibra slaps and this model is louder and the sounds sustains much longer than the vibra slaps....and only cost half as much, so I highly recommend this one if the like the sound a vibra slap, donkey jaw, jawbone, donkey call makes(they have different names but are the same instrument)
This donkey call really works. Used it at the recording studio the other day to augment a few tracks and the place filled up with jackasses! Turns out they were just my bandmates....So anyhow, this this works great! Sound killer on the recordings and is really well made.
When I received this, the riveted connection where the wooden "bell" is attached to the metal rod was slightly loose, and my donkey would not come when I called her. I reinforced the joint with some JB Weld metal epoxy and now it works a treat. The sustain of the rattle is at least doubled, and now my donkey comes every time!
My wife had asked me what was used to make the "rattling/buzzing" noise on several songs from the band "Cake". I tried my best to describe it, but it was nearly impossible.
While looking for something to use to show her, I saw this for an affordable price (less than $20) compared to many over twice the price. At this price, it became a fun "something extra" Christmas gift.
I have a band background and can say it's plenty loud and has a good sound. It's not the biggest and might not take abuse like some others, but then again it's less than half the price.
Unless you're planning on beating this thing up, it should easily meet the need of almost anyone looking for a donkey call/vibra-slap at a good price.
CLACK! The action is firm. SMZZZZZZZZZ! The dead teeth inside rattle like a corny old song about Studebaker lovin'. This thing will give you visions, especially if you use it for ten hours straight in an empty room, pausing only to pace around but then rushing back over and CLACK! SMZZZZZZZ! It even looks like it will age well. It will take so many repeated soundings off that you may not ever need another one, even if you never do anything but answer your phone on speaker phone and say, "It has become talk time." CLACK! SMZZZZZZZZ. It has a way of making people smile. You like to brighten other peoples' day, don't you?
I've been using this with our band for a couple of months now, and it's held up quite nicely. Good "sustain" - nice, loud, long rattle. So far, it seems to be built well enough to sustain being thrown around, packed, unpacked, dropped, and tossed on stage. (I'm not gentle with my equipment!). At this price point, even if my harsh treatment eventually kills this thing, I feel like al already got my money's worth - and would buy the same as a replacement.
This is a simple product. Hit the ball and get the rattle. I wouldn't mind having some sort of handle to hold, but perhaps that would attenuate the sound, which goes against the idea of the product in the first place. I'm using this as a novelty to get my class' attention, not as a musical instrument, so I can't provide a discussion of the timbre of its sound versus other ones, but for the price this will work just fine.
The instrument broke on the third tap of the ball - not even one minute out of the bag! Craftsmanship not the best - metal rattling device inside resonating chamber appeared to be soldered or glued into place. Alongside that, the item was shipped in a plastic bag inside a mailer envelope - that’s it. No box for protection or even bubble wrap aside from the thin layer that lines the mailer. Poor craftsmanship and poor shipping = unhappy customer. It’s being returned. Trust me, spend a little more and buy one with the wing nut on the back of the resonating chamber. This “Donkey Call” sure made a “donkey” out of this buyer! You get what you pay for.