Pellet drum (monkey drum) with a 3" head and ancient South American Nazca
Double Sided Monkey Drum or Pellet Drum - spin the handle between your palms to make the head rotate with the pellets striking the skins. This one has Sun & Moon decoration airbrushed on either side
The original Cactus rainmaker from Chile
The thicker rainsticks don't have the coloured band
A unique style of thunder drum made with a recycled water bottle reinforced with raffia weaving. Surprisingly effective.
Schwarz traditional jaw harps are Austrian made and have been manufactured by hand for the last 400 years by the same family business. They are beautifully finished and have excellent tone. Their simple, evocative sound is a great accompaniment to guitar or voice.
Hand Shaker made with 2 Juju Beans on a small stick - they work singly but are best played in pairs
21 bar lightweight chimes with elaborate carved top
This hardwood Japanese Kokiriko (also known as a pocket rattle) produces a lovely sounding rattle sound and is perfect for smaller children due to smaller size and the fun noise it produces. The sound effect is like falling dominos but lots of other effects and rhythms can be created depending upon how fast or slow it is played
A 10 inch Wave Drum from Percussion Plus in which the internal beads rolls around making the sound of waves
- Sound Effects include a wide variety of weird and wonderful sound makers to add a splash of musical colour to your musical pallette
- With names such as vibratone, flextone, vibraslap, helix bowl or liquid triangle, they can add a distinctive sound to your music, be used in imaginative music making or storytelling with children or just to frighten the neighbours!