GRD Gear Library

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Waterman by Kala Ukulele

Gear Code:

P06

+ 353 1 6744888

Lovely, water-proof ukulele. You might need to tune it after every song, as it doesn't always stay in tune, but it's still pretty cool to play.

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Millenium Bongos

Gear Code:

P03

+ 353 1 6744888

Nice little instrument, easy to carry around.

These were bongos were donated by Mark.

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Millenium MPS 150 E-Drum Set

Gear Code:

EDK01

+ 353 1 6744888

This electronic drum kit is great for beginners. It comes in a big bag that includes all the pieces, plus a pair of drum sticks, headphones and a stool. If the drum sticks break, we kindly ask you to buy a new pair for the next person who borrows the kit. A manual with instructions on how to assemble the kit is in the bag too. We recommend that you place a rug under the kit, as the two parts where you'll place your feet will slip on the floor otherwise.


MORE DETAILS HERE: https://www.thomann.de/ie/millenium_mps_150_e_drum_set.htm

This kit was donated by Rossella.

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Pearl Target

Gear Code:

ADK01

+ 353 1 2228422

Nice drum kit for beginners and intermediate players. It's a 4-piece kit, meaning that it has only 1 rack tom. It is complete with all the hardware you'll need, including the high-hat and the ride cymbal. When collecting, make sure you have a enough room in your car. You will be getting: 4 shells (22" bass drum, 18" floor tom, 14" rack tom, 14" snare drum), a cymbal bag and a big hardware case. A stool and a pair of drum sticks are also in the hardware case. If the drum sticks break, we kindly ask you to buy a new pair for the next person who will borrow the kit.


HOW TO ASSEMBLE A DRUM KIT: https://youtu.be/yzLXDVZEaTA

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12" Tamburine

Gear Code:

P05

+ 353 1 6744888

This one is a bit big to shake (12"), but a tambourine can be a very nice addition to your music.

This tambourine was donated by Gráinne.

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Kaja Glokenspiel

Gear Code:

P02

+ 353 1 6744888

Great, little instrument to have fun with. If you can already play piano, try this one: it has the same key structure. And no worries if you haven't played piano before, you'll definitely figure out how to play the glokenspiel very quickly anyway.

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Striker

Gear Code:

ADK03

+ 353 1 6744888

Well-loved 5-piece drum kit for beginners . It is complete with all the hardware you'll need, including the high-hat and the ride cymbal. When collecting, make sure you have a enough room in your car. You'll be getting: 5 shells (22" bass drum, 18" floor tom, 13" and 14" rack toms, 14" snare drum), a cymbal bag and a big hardware case. A stool and a pair of drum sticks are also in the hardware case. If the drum sticks break, we kindly ask you to buy a new pair for the next person who borrows the kit.


HOW TO ASSEMBLE A DRUM KIT: https://youtu.be/yzLXDVZEaTA.

This drum kit was donated by Alan.

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Machine Mode MM-58

Gear Code:

VM02

+ 353 1 6744888

Voice Mic. You will need a cable to connect it to a sound desk, an audio interface or an amp. If you are using the mic with an amp you would normally use an XLR to jack cable. If you are using the mic with a sound desk or an audio interface you'll need either an XLR to jack cable or an XLR cable, depending on the desk's inputs.

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Shaker

Gear Code:

P04

+ 353 1 6744888

A nice addition to a rhythm section. Sometimes singers don't know what to do with their hands.. well, a shaker might help with that too!

This shaker was donated by Gráinne.

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Sonor Standard Cajon

Gear Code:

P01

+ 353 1 6744888

Ever tried a cajon? It's a fun instrument to make beats with, and you can bring it anywhere as it comes with a handy case.


COOL TUTORIAL HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiQ77OvS37A

This cajon was donated by Rossella.

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Millenium MX422 RL

Gear Code:

ADK02

+ 353 1 2228422

WITH SILENT STROKE HEADS. Nice 5-piece drum kit for beginners and intermediate players. It is complete with all the hardware you'll need, including the high-hat, the crash cymbal and the ride cymbal. This kit is set up with Silent Stroke skins, which make it very quite, hence ideal for practicing at home. If you are looking for a drum kit to practice or perform with your band, make sure you borrow a different one.
When collecting, make sure you have a enough room in your car. You will be getting: 5 shells (22" bass drum, 16" floor tom, 10" and 12" rack toms, 14" snare drum), a cymbal bag and a big hardware case. A stool and a pair of drum sticks are also in the hardware case. If the drum sticks break, we kindly ask you to buy a new pair for the next person who will borrow the kit.


HOW TO ASSEMBLE A DRUM KIT: https://youtu.be/yzLXDVZEaTA

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JTS TM-929

Gear Code:

VM01

+ 353 1 6744888

Voice Mic. You will need a cable to connect it to a sound desk, an audio interface or an amp. If you are using the mic with an amp you would normally use an XLR to jack cable. If you are using the mic with a sound desk or an audio interface you'll need either an XLR to jack cable or an XLR cable, depending on the desk's inputs.

This mic was donated by Shane.

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