An excellent introduction to the steel pan drum for kids and adults, this authentic musical instrument hails from the island of Trinidad, the region that made pan drums famous. The perfect size for tabletop use, it's easy to play and produces a range of beautiful notes in the C major scale. The durable drum features a black powder-coated finish with each of the 11 notes identified by a colorful circle that guides the player to the optimal striking area. Includes: stand, two sticks, and instructional songbook.
For ages 3 and up
• Steel pan drum for kids • Made in Trinidad • Perfect size for tabletop use • Easy to play and produces a range of notes in the C major scale • Black powder-coated finish with 11 color-coded notes.
Size 11-1/2" diam.
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4.6 (based on 5 customer reviews)
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Comments about Product: My grandson quickly figured out the letter and color association with the scale and started playing songs right away. He has had great fun creating his own music too.
Comments about Product: This is my 10 year-old daughter's favorite Christmas present. She quickly learned to play the songs on the song sheet and regularly makes up her own tunes. It was easy to assemble, and sounds and looks great.
Comments about Product: This was a gift for my 4 and 2 year old grandsons and I think they will use and love it for years to come. The sound is quite pleasant so it may not drive their parents crazy. It's just the right size and weight to be portable and small boys handled it easily. I especially liked the notes were identified.
Comments about Product: This steel drum is wonderful. Made in Trinidad! Sounds like wind chimes. Very easy to assemble as well. Adults and children enjoy this instrument. I have it on my table and everyone likes to have a try. Not an annoying sound at all.
Comments about Product: I have a music room and this was a great addition to our collection....my grandchildren (ages 4&2) love playing along on different instruments as I play the piano and we sing...has a really nice tone...sounds like we're in the Caribbean...fun..