The güiro (GWEE-row), a rhythm instrument also called a scrape gourd, is played by scraping a comb across a series of lines etched into a seed pod or a gourd. The traditional Puerto Rican güiro is made from a long gourd, approx. 12". Sold with the comb needed to play it. Please be aware that color and size may vary as these items are dependent upon Mother Nature.
This is an Essential Parranda Item.