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Latin Percussion LP637 Rubber Conga Feet

4.1 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

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  • Rubber feet lift drum off the ground for additional volume and bass
  • Four feet are connected by an adjustable cord
  • Raises conga 1-inch, creating a solid and stable playing position
  • High grade rubber will not scratch drum or floor
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Product Description

Rubber feet lift drum off the ground for additional volume and bass.

Product Information

Item Weight 1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 6.2 x 7 x 1.8 inches
Shipping Weight 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B0009V8YXA
Item model number LP637
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4.1 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #8,192 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#1 in Musical Instruments > Drums & Percussion > Folk & World Hand Drums > Congas, Quintos & Tumbas > Congas
Date first available at Amazon.com July 16, 2004

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By S. H. Davis on August 10, 2010
I have used these with a full set of LP Matador congas for about 3 years. The advantages are they are inexpensive and allow you to play sitting. These are at just the right height for me (I have a 22" high custom super bajo cajon that I use as my "hand drum throne" as I alternate between it, the congas, a 12.5" djembe I pick up when needed, ad a stand-mounter 14" Remo contemporary djembe that I use as a "super tumba).

I agree that these take some time to set up, and agree, if someone comes by and picks them up out of ignormace, it messes the set-up up, and you have to make adjustments. I've gotten ticked several times at folks who move them without telling me, or re-aggainging my congas. I have a very non-standard set-up with the 4 drums in a arch, lowest on the left to highest on the right - oposite the way most conga players do, and I've had some inconsiderate folks re-arrainge them without checking with me. The negative reviewer has a legitimate point - part of the set-up required with these is to not only make sure that they are spaced evenly and angled correctly, you also have to make sure that each conga only has "conga side" facing the next conga, rather than a tuning lug or handle facing the conga next to it, or the cother conga will likely get scratched if you space them fairly closely together, as I do.

But I don't have any idea where the reviewer who say's you can't play even moderately agressively with these is coming from. If you get the set-up right (expect to spend 10 minutes, I'm serious), then they are stable. I play real agresively, to the point where I actually put two strips of duct tape on each finger to add a little padding, otherwise I get bone bruises.
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The item seems well built and durable (the plastic material is sort of granular when cut) It did not stabilized my congas to my taste, they (the legs) would move around and would not stay in place, the attached cord also gets a bit in the way and needs to be tucked inside the drum (One needs to put the leg with the cord toward the inside to make it fit properly) I ended up making a wood and metal platform and sawed them (the legs) flat and even with the floor then screwing them to the platform I had made, now I can actually rotate the drum to tune it without the legs moving or coming off. If I had to do it again I would probably look for a different solution. I did it mainly to raise the drum 2 inches since my other ones are 30 inches high and the super quinto I just purchased is only 28". Hope this helps someone.
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I am really surprised because I thought they were less heavy, like normal rubber is or foamy, but I found that are so strong and heavy!! When you take them in your hand, then you realize the good quality and stiffness of the rubber!! Once you put them in place, you can play very comfortable and steady! Even if you hit the congas accidentally, they remain steady!

The material effectively absorbs the preassure (extremely low frequencies) and allows the drumhead to vibrate freely at the selected armonic!

Oct 23/2013
Well, not forever!!
I play my congas with the quinto grabbed with my legs and slightly forward tilted, the conga at my left side and the tumba at my right! I play all sort of movements, muffles, slaps, basses, grabs, elbows etc, and depending on what I'm playing, I can hit with different pressures! Well, one foot of the quinto couldn't withstand the pressure while tilted and got broken. I put it some strong glue and then it came back to the party! It doesn't mean that now I feel regretted, this is just a tip for those that haven't experienced this yet! Still a very good product!
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They work beautifully for my 3 conga drums. They are inexpensive and doesn't mark or scratch the floors and allows the sound to escape from beneath the drum without tilting the drum. The only setbacks I found which can be a little bit irritating, is that they fall away from the drum when you pick up your drums and they can, at first, be a little challenging to put on. But those are only small inconveniences that doesn't take away from the sound that comes from your drums. Like I said, I have 3 sets, one for each of my drums and I love them!!!
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By NM on March 23, 2012
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I bought a set to use with my Meinl djembe and they fit fine. I needed to get the djembe off the ground so as to be able to play it when also playing a frame drum, and I didn't want the cost or size of a djembe stand. The only thing is that I had to turn the feet around to make the djembe more steady and less inclined to rock. The instructions say to be sure the carry cord runs along the inside of the drum, which may be true for congas and other djembes. Which way they face seems a small matter, and I think it's an advantage to be able to use them either way - especially when used for something other than congas. I can recommend them.
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I first used a standard LP conga stand designed to hold two congas but it deadened the sound of the congas. Next I tried Latin Percussion LP638 Futurelite II conga stands but they made the congas too tall. Finally I took a chance and ordered two sets of these cheap little rubber feet and they are perfect. If you sit down and play a full set these are the perfect way to raise them up a couple of inches for sound projection, keep them from sliding around, and still enable you to tilt your main drum. The day after trying these I ordered two more sets to finish off my 4 piece kit. This is one case where the cheap solution was the best.
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