Basic Beat BBC01 Plastic Finger Castanet
When used in pairs these colorful castanets are universally accepted by dance artists, music teachers, music therapists, early childhood music teachers and more. Their clackety-clack, crisp sound is comparable to more expensive wooden castanets. What a fantastic price! ~Tereasa
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The Basic Beat Plastic Finger Castanets provide an articulate castanet sound with great value. The durable plastic is easy to handle and allows for quick and simple sanitization. The nylon cord joining the two plastic shells stays tight and will hold up in the classroom. A fun instrument to use, the BBC01 Castanet can be doubled up for multiple notes in quick succession. The BBC01 comes in 4 bright colors: blue, green, yellow, and purple. Experience the simplicity and ease of use today.
Colors may vary
Ages: 18 months+
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Please note: This musical instrument is not a toy. It is intended for use with adult supervision and is not for children under 18 months of age.
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Great price, easy to use
Excellent price and easy for children to handle.
Castanets are great!
These castanets are a great addition to our therapy instrument collection. They have a unique sound and are excellent for addressing fine motor skills.
When you need a castanet sound but don't play castanets....
The plastic castanets have a great sound but are really easy to play. I use them for a number of the songs our band does. The audience loves the quirkiness.
I have these mixed in with other simple percussion for jamming with my daughter. The sound is bright and although I need to tighten the elastic every once in a while, it's easy to tighten them right up.
Basic Beat BBC01 Plastic Finger Castanets
My young students have a hard time remembering "Castanets" and when they first seem them, call them "clappers," or "seashells." I love the bright colors, and my students love having one in each hand to dance with while they play.