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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    they make a maraca sound?
    My wife playing the güira. You can hear it in lots of Dominican music. Closer to playing a washboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    they make a maraca sound?
    kind of. but maybe more like a car puttering out or a tire losing air?


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    the wife vid sounds way better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waitman View Post
    kind of. but maybe more like a car puttering out or a tire losing air?

    That's the sound I am accustomed to. To me it has a maraca like sound when the player brushes the guira, as opposed to when it is hit.

    Anyway, back on topic....Mangos.

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    right now i have mango festival in my kitchen. the season is in full swing and i get dozens of bags of mangoes from my mother in law on the top of whatever i collect walking the dogs. i believe she is taking a revenge on me for gifting her about 20 kg of cajuil last year. little does she know i already have 3 big bags of cajuil in my freezer and this year - yet again - i will keep her tied to the stove for dulce de cajuil production.

    anyways, i am making tons of mango puree so we can have fresh juice in the winter. i also made mango ice cream and mango cheesecake (baked and no-bake). plus a bucket of mango spicy sauce. and today i will start mango and cardamon jam production line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterInHigüey View Post
    My wife playing the güira. You can hear it in lots of Dominican music. Closer to playing a washboard.
    that is not close to a maraca...a maraca is a shaker...

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