Best Drum Set Cowbells in 2020



LP ROCK Ridge Rider Cowbell with ½ inch Mount Black LP008-N Review:


Fantastic cow bell!! Great tone and projection. I used a heat gun to peal off the cheap decals. Just get it hot to the touch and they'll come right off with all the glue. :) I recommend the Yamaha cow bell holder. Finest engineered and quality holder in the industry. It's not cheap but you get what you pay for.



Latin Percussion Cowbell, Black, 5 inch (LP204AN) Review:


This cowbell has a medium volume mid range pitch to it, lower than some of the lighter weight cowbells, but not as deep or as loud as most 6-7" cowbells typically are. This cowbell is very solidly constructed and should stand up well to most drummers.

One slight surprise I had was that this cowbell was a bit smaller than I had thought it would be, so be sure to pay attention to the overall size only being 4-7/8" long (not including the bracket).



Pearl PCB6 Primero Cowbell Review:


I am a band director and needed a decent cowbell quickly. This has a nice heavier sound to it. A big plus for me is that it has a way to mount it so I can mount it onto a percussion stand instead of just having a student hold it which is a big benefit if a student needs to make a quick instrument change. It looks great and I enjoy the deeper, non-clangy sound of it.



Vangoa - 5 inch Metal Steel Cow Bell Noise Maker with Handle for Drumset Kit Percussion Review:


This cow bell is just what my husband wanted. I also got him a chain because he wanted to wear it until he explores all the space to play it.



Stagg CB306BK 6.5-InchRock Cowbell for Drumset - Black Review:


Loud. Feels sturdy. It can be clamped on to a drumset, or held in your hand. I think I may put a piece of wood in the clamp or something for easier holding since I want to use it hand held. It's a good size. No one of the huge ones, but big enough to not sound high pitched and like a toy. It fits easily in my small gear bag. It does not have a clanger, you can't shake it and ring it.

I haven't tried using it with any actual cows, so i can't speak to it for that purpose. I would think they would like it. Cows aren't particularly choosy. I would imagine pigs would dislike it though. It's not a pigbell. If you are looking for a pigbell, I would get a bell specifically designed for pigs. It could pass as a donkeybell. Donkeybells are really just cowbells with a thinner build.

If you paint it a different color, you can have it in different colors. Purple would be nice. Or plaid.



Vangoa - 8 inch Metal Steel Cow Bell Noise Maker with Handle for Drumset Kit Percussion Review:


This cow bell is just what my husband wanted. I also got him a chain because he wanted to wear it until he explores all the space to play it.



Vangoa - 5 inch Metal Steel Cow Bell Noise Maker with Handle for Drumset Kit Percussion Review:


This cow bell is just what my husband wanted. I also got him a chain because he wanted to wear it until he explores all the space to play it.



Rhythm Band Handbells (RB1220) Review:


Ever since my daughter saw Will Ferrell playing the cowbell, it's been a joke; synonymous with 'do your own thing'. She recently did things her way and it payed off handsomely. To celebrate this, I bought her a cowbell. It sounds great, comes complete and I know every time she looks at it or plays it, she'll feel my undying (albeit goofy...) support. It's as pictured, and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this purchase to others.