We love possibilities!


I am delighted to offer you all these options and configurations.

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The BongoMan

The LP Galaxy Giovani Series Bongo’s are a world-class instrument. They sound gorgeous and offer a beautiful tonal range.


Each bongo head has its own independent & professional microphone which picks up the crisp dynamics and awesome ‘hoop crack’ associated with this fantastic instrument.


Attached to the bongo stand is a Paiste Splash cymbal. When played the cymbal helps accentuate build up and those big crescendo drops!


Watch and listen to TheBongoman set-up in action.

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Accompanying every setup, I bring my famous ‘Toys’. 


The ’Toys’ are a Woodblock, Cowbell, Tambourine and Brazilian whistle.


The best thing about the toys is that I can either play them on stage next to my bongos or interact with your customers and play them on the dance floor.

Congas


These fantastic instruments offer a deeper tonal range and when played with a Tribal rhythm they get the crowd going. They look great on stage.

Conga’s, Bongo’s & Cymbals


Possibly the ultimate organic set up. These instruments compliment each other, offering a full variety of melodic choice and rhythmic possibilities.

Digital Percussion


I play three different Roland drum machines. Each is unique and extremely adaptable.


Below is the SPD-SX. This is great for triggering bespoke samples which I create in my studio.

This image shows the combination of both organic and digital percussion. This is TheBongoman set-up of traditional Bongos with the Roland SPD-DX drum machine and Sub-Mixer. 


This set up offers an amazing variety of sounds and performance techniques.

It is also the most favoured set up when travelling abroad.

Roland Handsonic HPD-20


I love the Handsonic, it’s brilliant because it offers all the sounds I need in a very small and  portable unit.


When performing, I play this instrument with my hands and sticks.


This video demonstrates the versatility of Handsonic’s powerful library.

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David H Percussion


The images below give you a clear visual understanding of a full percussion set up. This includes Bongo’s, Conga’s, Toys & Digital Percussion, all with independent microphones balanced in a Sub-Mixer.

This set-up is amazing and I can rock any venue all night entertaining the crowd with dazzling sounds and different style and sounds.

Sub-Mixer


The output from my Sub-Mixer is either one Mono or two stereo ¼ inch Jack cables which can be connected to the front of house or the line-in / microphone channel of a club mixer.


Set Up Time & Additional Requirements


15 Minutes for The Bongoman & requires 2m x 2.5m performance area


45 Minutes for David H Percussion requires 4m x 2.5m performance area


05 Minutes for the Handsonic requires 1m x 1.5m performance area


There must be an electrical plug input at the exact place which the equipment is to be situated and an audio output cable.



International Travel


I love performing all over the world. So, everything and anything is possible. 


If required, additional equipment can be hired equipment locally, i.e. Congas and cymbals.


Which means, If I were to bring my Bongo’s + stand, Toys, effects unit and microphone cables, another case with weighing 25kg would be needed to be added in addition to my baggage allowance. 


Case dimensions:

90cm x55cm x36cm

This is the full David H Percussion set-up including bongo’s, conga’s, cymbals, stands, drum machine, microphones, toys and cables.

Questions?


I’ll be very happy to answer all queries. Send an email.

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