The guiro is a staple percussion instrument found in many Latin-American types of music. Traditionally it is made of a hollow gourd with parallel notches cut into a side; musicians play it by scraping a wooden stick along the ridges.

COUNTRY: Brazil, Cuba, Puerto Rico (U.S.) and many others around the region
KEY GENRES: Plena, Salsa, Samba, Son and many more

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