The new 2015 Meinl Percussion in one video demo. It's all here: from the Backbeat Tambourines to the 6" Ching...
The new 2015 Meinl Percussion in one video demo. It's all here: from the Backbeat Tambourines to the 6" Ching Ring and mini darbukas.
Check the complete article on Drummerszone that has all the 65 images of all the new Meinl Percussion products for 2015.
Meinl presented over sixty new percussion products at the 2011 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. Mario Schmitt, product manager...
Meinl presented over sixty new percussion products at the 2011 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. Mario Schmitt, product manager of Meinl Percussion, personally picked out some of the highlights from the 2011 add-ons to the Meinl Percussion catalog.
As a modern and progressive company, Meinl has never been content with the status quo. By talking and listening to the people who play, we have developed many new and improved percussion instruments. Original Meinl innovations like the Free Ride System for Bongos (patented), the Floatune® Tuning System for Timbales and Djembes (patented), the revolutionary Steely II Conga and Djembe Stands (patented), or the Professional Conga and Bongo Stands (patented) prove our leading position in Research and Development work and set the standard in the percussion world.
Since Meinl's formation, their main objective has been to offer percussion instruments which comply with the highest quality levels regarding manufacturing and materials used. Only by committing to the highest standards, Meinl can guarantee top quality instruments, the maximum of playing comfort, the best possible sounds, and therefore long lasting customer fulfilment.
Meinl's perception of what it means to be a global player tells us not to measure success in sales only. As a family owned and managed company, Meinl conduct business with integrity, respecting our employees, customers, artists, and the environment around them. Therefore Meinl strictly observe the CITES-regulations set forth in the "Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora" and only use wood from environmentally controlled forests or industrial wood plantations.