Bongos. Don't forget bongos. Also those shaking, rattling gourd-like things. I can't remember what they are called. All very indigenous people affiliated instruments.
I think you mean either/or maracas or the guerro (Spelling???).
Perhaps we could add to the list - to quote William Billings, the first native born American composer: "....the braying of a mule, the squeeling of a pig, the sound of a wet finger on a pane of glass......."
Then of course we have forgotten tambourine, castenets, finger cymbals.......all of which I was told by a music director in one church that: "they are good for liturgy".
We had a Ukelele and guitar combo at our noon mass. Yuck!
Maybe that's why we don't have a noon mass anymore.