The Remo Kid's Percussion Collection gives children exciting ways to make music and discover rhythm with their very own instruments. Remo Kid's Percussion instruments have received the prestigious Oppenheim Gold Seal Toy Awards for product quality.
The Remo Kid's Percussion Gathering Drum can be played with the hands, sticks or mallets. Kids enjoy playing this big drum solo style but have the most fun when other kids (big kids too) join in the fun, inventing cool rhythm pattern all on there own.
22" diameter and 21" high. Includes 1 pair of mallets
I am placing this order to my school accounting today at sale prices but you will probably not receive it until 2 months from now. Can we still have the sale prices of today? I am adele hutchison at ACS Beirut.
A shopper on Jan 16, 2012
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The 8" tall by 22" diameter says out of stock but can reserve. When will it be available? Besides size is there any other difference in these drums? Pitch or tone or anything? Why are some more popular than others? Thanks!
Best Answer:The 8x22" drum is due to arrive in early January.
People buy the different sized drums for all sorts of reasons -price, size, some want a lower tone, some want a higher tone, and sometimes it can come down to what is in stock at the time the order is placed. I believe the biggest reason some are more popular than others comes down to either personal preference, or the size of the children that will be using the drum. If you have a group of smaller children gathered around the drum, you will want a shorter drum so that they can use an appropriate method of striking the drum head. If you have the children sitting in chairs rather than on the floor, you would want to use the taller drum.
The drums do vary in pitch, according to their size. The bigger the drum, the lower the pitch.
Hopefully, you will find this information helpful. If you have more questions, please ask.