Remo Kids Percussion KD-5822-01 22" Gathering Drum

Remo

Item No. 200762
Alt. Part # KD-5822-01
UPC Code 757242136638
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 KD-5822-01 22" Kid's Percussion Gathering
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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 KD-5822-01 22" 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 patterns all on their own.
All models include 1 pair of mallets.
Age: 3 years and older
Reviews (10)
  • Awesome, Quality Drums
    I’m using 3 of these gathering drums in my Music Together in the Hills class which is for children ages 0-5. The drums are so durable and have fun art that make them really enjoyable to beat on !
  • Good timbre
    Deep, full sound with ongoing vibration. It’s just a bit too small for more than 2 children to play on. I’d wanted to fit 3 around the drum but it’s too small. My 11 year old client loves it but just for herself as she is getting too big to share a drum this small. Otherwise excellent sound.
  • Awesome sound, perfect size
    This drum has an amazing sound and the babies in my music classes love gathering around it, placing their tiny hands on the huge surface, feeling the smoothness and experiencing how their hands can produce such large 'booms'. A great way to foster community amongst the littlest 'drummers'. Always a favorite in my studio!
  • Gathering Drum Fun
    I purchased this with gift money for my music classroom. I put 6 Kinders around it, and they each took turns playing something for each other, then question and answer with a partner while I helped other children in the class. It has a lovely resonate tone.
  • Very pleased
    Purchased two gathering drums for use in toddler and early music classes at our private music studio. Kids absolutely love them! Pleased with quality and sound. <br />Very pleased with quick service through West Music - rapid shipping and excellent communication.
  • Very pleased
    Purchased two gathering drums for use in toddler and early music classes at our private music studio. Kids absolutely love them! Pleased with quality and sound. <br />Very pleased with quick service through West Music - rapid shipping and excellent communication.
  • Excellent, high quality, and perfect for group drumming!
    Engaging graphics and the Remo name originally drew me to these drums for my early childhood music education classes. The quality and sound did not disappoint either.The children loved exploring these drums and were surprised by the graphics on the drum head when they turned it upside down!
  • Terrific Drum
    Great with toddlers and babies, as well as preschoolers. Grownups like it too! <br />The one-piece foot-cladding (what's it really called?) is a good improvement - my original one from 20 yrs ago is still an awesome drum, but missing a couple of feet.
  • Terrific Drum
    Great with toddlers and babies, as well as preschoolers. Grownups like it too! <br />The one-piece foot-cladding (what's it really called?) is a good improvement - my original one from 20 yrs ago is still an awesome drum, but missing a couple of feet.
  • New Drum Feet are Slippery
    I've used various iterations of this gathering drum for a few years. They keep changing the style of the feet. The old ones were pretty blocky and help secure the drums together if you had to stack them one on top of the other. The feet would knd of interlock with each other. The new ones are rounded and slippery, so they slide a bit. I haven't played on these yet, but I liked the new sound dampening inserts on the inside of the drum in the most recent version before these. So, I'm hoping they will sound the same. Just wish the feet were less slippery, since I always have to stack them.
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