Rhythm Tech

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Rhythm Tech crescent tambourine (current version)

Rhythm Tech is a manufacturer of percussion instruments, particularly known for the production of a crescent-shaped tambourine which is now featured in the Museum of Modern Art [1] and which has since spawned many imitators.

The Rhythm Tech tambourine, designed by Richard Taninbaum in 1978, was the company's original product [2] and is still in their catalogue.

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  1. ^ Tambourine - Richard Taninbaum retrieved 23/01/2011
  2. ^ OK - Here's how it all started retrieved 23/01/2011