Get A Unique Sound With The  LP LP008-N Ridge Rider Cowbell

LP’s Rock Classic Ridge Rider bell is slightly higher in pitch than the LP Rock Bell and has a Jenigor bar that dampens the sound and prevents the bell from denting when played. It’s made in the USA and has LP’s patented self-aligning eye-bolt that fits 3/8” to 1/2” diameter rods.



  • 8" mountable
  • Rich, cutting sound is low pitched and moderately dry
  • Patented Jenigor bar dampens sound and resists denting
  • Patented self-aligning eye-bolt fits 3/8” to 1/2”diameter rods
  • Made in the USA


Manufacturer: Latin Percussion
Model: LP008-N
SKU: I354073-N-6-WHXE
UPC: 731201483582

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