Maraca instruments are instruments that play maracas, the Latin American folk music instrument.
These instruments are made by making maracas strings, a process that is also used to make string instruments.
The strings are then stringed into a wooden instrument called a maraca, or maraca guayabera.
There are currently around a dozen maraca instruments made, and they are often used as instruments in many Latin American countries.
The instruments can be very loud, and the sounds can be hard to miss.
But they can also be hard for children to hear and they can be extremely confusing to people who don’t speak a lot of Spanish.
This article originally appeared on The Conversation.
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