Basic Beat BB39 Stir Xylophone w/ Mallet

Brand: Basic Beat

Item: #201766
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$18.00

MSRP: $29.99

Our Perspective

This fun instrument is always a hit with students and teachers alike!  Just “stir” the mallet inside of the stir xylophone to produce a sound that will make everyone smile!  It is a great instrument for making sound effects that will add color and character to stories and musical activities.  -Jenny

Description

Play this stir xylophone by holding it in your hand and "stirring" the mallet around the inside, to produce a fun sound effect.

 

Diameter approx. 4-1/8"; 6" tall at the tallest point.

 

Please note: The musical instruments on our website and in our catalog are not toys. They are intended for use with adult supervision and are not for children under 3 years of age, unless otherwise indicated.

Reviews

5.0 (based on 2 customer reviews)

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West Music Store
love the sound and it is very easy to operate.
Ronit B L on Dec 20, 2013
Experienced this in a workshop. Totally awesome uses and sounds. Can't wait to show my students
Laurie K on Jun 12, 2013
love the sound and it is very easy to operate.
Ronit B L on Dec 20, 2013
I had one previously that I lost in a fire. The kids loved it so I replaced it.
Joan J on Jul 1, 2013
Experienced this in a workshop. Totally awesome uses and sounds. Can't wait to show my students
Laurie K on Jun 12, 2013
It was my favorite instrument in clinical improvisation at St Mary of t he Woods and now I have to have my own, great for little kids to pass around with a song about taking turns, keeps focus and attention while they explore sound and images it evokes.
Gloria S on Aug 31, 2012
The handle has come off the one I have but the children really like it
Carrie F on Apr 7, 2012
it's simple and makes beautiful sounds
Jennifer C on Feb 9, 2012
One of our drum circle members brought it with her to our drum circle last night. She let me try it out. It sounded good, and it was fun to play.
Carmen R on Jan 29, 2012
I had one previously that I lost in a fire. The kids loved it so I replaced it.
Joan J on Jul 1, 2013
It was my favorite instrument in clinical improvisation at St Mary of t he Woods and now I have to have my own, great for little kids to pass around with a song about taking turns, keeps focus and attention while they explore sound and images it evokes.
Gloria S on Aug 31, 2012
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