11-TONE TONGUE DRUM12-inch 11-note steel tongue drum comes pre-tuned to the Mxied C Major. The tone of the steel tongue drum is soft and melodious, you can feel the relaxation and joy from the heart."LOMUTY" is our registered brand , You will receive it with painted logo randomly due to different production batch.
This Steel Tongue Drum is the real deal. A hand-hammered, hollow, 11-note percussion instrument, the Steel Tongue Drum is easy to handle, and it's loud enough to play quietly or loudly. It produces rich, complex tones with a combination of overtones and overtones, and it sounds amazing. The instrument itself is beautiful, with a smooth, curved surface that's not too rough or too polished. The wrench-size mallets that come with it, along with an extra finger pick, make playing the instrument a lot easier. The Steel Tongue Drum is big enough to be able to play music, and it's small enough to fit into a backpack or a suitcase. It's perfect for taking on the road, and it's small enough to fit in any home. The Steel Tongue Drum is352mm in length, 80mm diameter, 15.5mm thick. It comes with a carrying bag, a music book, and 2 extra finger picks.
FULL SIZE - 11.81"" x 12.13"" x 18.9"", compact and comfortable to transport and play. Weight: 9.9 pounds, lightweight but solidly constructed. Made of hand-crafted birch wood, delivers rich sound and good bass depth, let you sit and play comfortably!
The Donner Cajon Box Drum is a terrific choice for anyone looking for an easy-to-transport percussion instrument with plenty of volume, good sound quality, and a built-in bag. Its solid rubber-capped feet provide good sound insulation, and the included bag is big enough to accommodate 2 drums. The box drum's internal strings are a nice touch, and they also make it much easier to tune your cajon. The strings aren't necessarily very loud, so if you're looking to blast out big beats, this might not be the cajon for you. The strings are also a bit delicate, so if you're planning on playing your cajon a lot, you risk scratching the strings. Overall, the Donner Cajon Box Drum is a fine instrument for acoustic players.
You can play it with the included drum mallets or with you hands, and the included note enable beginners to learn and play it more easily.
The Steel Tongue Drum by Tank Chakra is an affordable, high-quality instrument that works well as both a meditative tool and as a portable instrument. The hand-tuned tone of the drum is clean, pure, and empty, and the quality of the craftsmanship is excellent. The drum comes with a carry bag for easy transport, and it's comfortable to hold and to play. The drum is loud, so it's a good instrument for playing at home or in a group setting. The padded bag is also nice and practical, and it protects the drum from scratches during transport. The drum requires tuning, and the instructions in the manual are easy to understand. The drum is loud enough for use at home, but it's best used in a group setting, either at home or in a studio. The Tank Chakra Steel Tongue Drum is a good instrument for meditation, zazen, and yoga, but it's also a great instrument for music therapy and performances. The drum comes with a music book and a set of picks, and it's an excellent value.
Meinl Percussion Cajon Box Drum with Internal Snares and Bass Tone Acoustic for Music — Made in Europe — Baltic Birch Wood
Compact size measuring 10 1/4" wide x 15" tall x 10 1/4" deep, the jam cajon is compact for easy transport and straightforward use so that anyone can sit down and play this instrument, regardless of skill level or age
The Meinl Percussion Cajon Box Drum with Internal Snares and Bass Tone for Acoustic Music is slightly smaller and lighter than the Alesis Nitro 5 and stands about 1/3 to 1/4 of the price. The Meinl Cajon also has a more defined bass sound than the Nitro 5, and it plays with more of a traditional drum head feel. The snares are a little deeper on the Meinl Cajon than on some competing models, which gives them more of a traditional snare drum sound. The Meinl Cajon's compact size makes it ideal for travelers and gigging musicians, and it's light enough to carry or easily fit in a corner of the practice room. The Meinl Cajon has a 2-year warranty, which is longer than most competing models' warranties. The Meinl Cajon's biggest drawback is its lack of internal snare wires, which some drummers prefer for quicker snare response. It's also not as loud as the Alesis Nitro 5. Overall, the Meinl Cajon is well-suited for acoustic music or beginners looking for a versatile percussion instrument that can also be used for practicing.
Pyle Wooden Hand Drum Percussion Beat Box-Hybrid Style Electronic Acoustic E-Cajon w/Built-in Pickup Connector
COMPACT AND LIGHTWEIGHT: The beat box drums snare cajon features a sturdy birch wood construction and has a a compact size of 13.4"L x 13.0"W x 20.1"H and weighs only 9.92 lbs making it easy to travel around. Can be used by both adult and children
The Pyle Wooden Hand Drum Percussion Beat Box is inexpensive, compact, and durable. It produces deep, rich, and full acoustic sounds that are well-suited for live performances, and it can connect to external speakers or PA systems. The built-in snare string adds an interesting sound to the cajon that is well suited for singing and drum solos. The 1/4-inch connector is sturdy and easy to use, but we found that the guitar pick-up style connector is inferior to the djembe-style connector found on other cajons we tested. The Pyle Wooden Hand Drum Percussion Beat Box performed well in our tests, however, and it's a good buy for musicians looking for a compact and affordable electronic cajon.
Suitable for Beginners to Practice: If you are a beginner, this percussion glockenspiel bell kit is specially designed for you. It has two rows of keys and 30 notes (range: G5-C8), 2.5 octave bells and 8 "exercise pad to help you to use it and provide additional fun for your performance.
The Giantex 30-note glockenspiel is an inexpensive, well-made instrument that works well for music therapy. The glockenspiel is fun to play, and it's especially fun for children. The instrument has 30 notes, and it has a rugged, stable frame made of aluminum. The stand is adjustable, so it's suitable for both children and adults. The instrument is lightweight, and it comes with everything needed for music therapy, including a bell mallet and wooden drumsticks. The glockenspiel has a durable design, and it's fairly easy to adjust. The instrument also has 30 notes, which is slightly fewer than the 40 notes on our former top pick, the 36-note glockenspiel, so it's slightly less advanced. The Giantex 30-note glockenspiel is an excellent choice for music therapy, and it's lots of fun for children and beginners.
The Kat Percussion KTMP1 electronic drum kit is a great starter set, and it's especially easy to use. Its sounds are pleasant, its pads are responsive, and it's compact and lightweight. It's also one of the least expensive kits we tested, and it's expandable. With MIDI support, you can plug in additional percussion instruments, such as tambourines, bongos, clappers, and cowbells. The kit comes with four pads, two drum triggers, and a stand, and all controls are located on the top panel of the module, where you can change sounds, adjust volume, and trigger sounds. The pad triggers are small, so they're easy to hit, and there's a hi-hat controller pedal and bass drum trigger module so you can connect external percussion. The kit sounds pretty good, but some of the percussion sounds are synthetic and resemble the sound of a xylophone. The kit is also somewhat limited to percussion sounds, so if you're looking for a kit that can play a variety of instruments, this isn't for you. The Kat Percussion KTMP1 is a good starter kit, and it's especially easy for children to use.
LP Comfort Curve II Rims
Latin Percussion's LP793X bongos have quickly become our go-to bongo set, thanks to their consistent sound and affordable price. These bos are sold in pairs, which works well for live drummers who may need a backup bongo. The LP793X's 5/16" diameter tuning lugs are solid, and it's easy to tighten or loosen the heads using a drum key. The LP793X's 7-1/4" and 8-5/8" heads are matched, which is important, as bo bongos tend to have a narrower pitch range than their conga and timbale counterparts. The shells are made out of North American ash, which is denser than African lignum vitae, so the LP793X bongos have a fuller sound. The LP793X bongos' natural finish is attractive, but some people prefer a lacquered finish, which will make them easier to clean. The drums' gold tone hardware is a nice touch, but it's a little gaudy, so buyers should keep that in mind. The LP793X bongos look and sound great, and they've held up well through years of gigging.
The KAT Percussion KT-KP1 Bass Drum Trigger is an easy-to-use, no-frills trigger that worked right out of the box and sounded good right out of the box as well. It has six trigger pads, which cover a lot of ground when pounding on a bass drum. It also syncs with KAT's Multipad, which makes it easy to set up a pad map. The trigger has a loud, crisp sound, and it's easy to adjust the sensitivity. It's not as precise or as responsive as some of the pricier triggers we tested, but it felt natural to pound on it without getting your hands in the way. The trigger has a slick, low-profile design, and it's easy to set up. The cable is long enough to reach most drums, but it's prone to tangles. The trigger is priced right, and it offers a lot of bang for the buck.
Edit and control your sounds easily with just four knobs
This compact electronic drum pad has everything you need to get started drumming, whether you're a professional musician or someone who just enjoys playing drums for fun. The onboard sounds include a variety of realistic kicks and percussion sounds, and Roland's Sound 2 Sound feature lets you record your own samples and play them back through the pad. The pad is controlled by a pressure-sensitive pad, so whether you use drumsticks, hands, or feet to play, you'll feel the same response in every beat. The pads are responsive and natural, and the built-in speaker produces clear, loud audio. The pad can be mounted to a tripod, drum hardware, or mic stands, and you can also use the included mounting adaptors to attach it to a music stand or wall. The pad is durable, lightweight, and portable, so you can easily take it with you for impromptu jam sessions. The built-in speaker is loud enough for jamming with friends, but if you're planning to jam in a live environment, you'll need to amplify the audio. The pad's battery is rechargeable, so it's convenient during live performances. The pad's built-in speakers and mounting adaptors make it flexible enough for live playing, but if you're looking for a drum set, this isn't the best choice.