Clave is the foundational rhythmic pattern for much of Latin music and is typically played by striking two wooden sticks together, producing a bright, cracking sound.
Clave and striker are the same size (8"L x 1"W)
Loudest clave available and is made of specially formulated fiberglass
Nearly indestructible construction yields an incredibly loud "cutting" sound that can be heard on recordings from around the world
Cuts through loud music, ideal for large bands or marching bands