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Rubber headed sticks for 'second' pans
£21.95

Professional Steel Pan Sticks

From £22.95
Teach and Play Steel Pans Book & DVD by Mike Simpson
£24.95
Pair of 23cm Sticks for Guitar / Cello Steel Pan
£24.95

DVD. Handpans and Sound Sculptures volume 2

£28.95

DVD. Handpans and Sound Sculptures volume 3 by David Kuckermann. 2 hours of tuition for Handpans - Hang, Caisa, Tzevaot, Space Drum or Halo

£28.95
£28.95
Heavy duty double braced stand to hold a Zenko to allow playing whilst standing
£54.95
RRP £61.00
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An unusual design of compact size steel tongue drum with 6 notes in Pentatonic scale

£195.00

A compact size pentatonic steel tongue drum with very sweet sound - available in various tunings

£209.00

12 inch Steel Tongue Drum with an Indian Raga Pentatonic tuning

£229.00
RRP £239.00
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16 inch Steel Tongue Drum with an Indian Raga Pentatonic tuning

£259.00
RRP £285.00
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Percussion Play Iona series Babel Drum - 25cm diameter
£295.00

Slim body steel tongue drum with very sweet sound. Various tunings are available

£319.00

A beautiful little metal tongue drum shaped like a flying saucer with 'Pygmy' C minor pentatonic tuning

£348.00

A beautiful little metal tongue drum shaped like a flying saucer

£348.00

A beautiful little metal tongue drum shaped like a flying saucer

£348.00

A beautiful little metal tongue drum shaped like a flying saucer with Japanese Akebono Pentatonic scale

£348.00

A beautiful little metal tongue drum shaped like a flying saucer

£348.00
Percussion Play Mezzo series Babel Drum - 30cm diameter
£350.00
Klangauge black steel tongue drum tuneable f-major/e-minor pentatonic (Allow 3-4 working days for delivery)
£429.00
Klangauge ivory-white steel tongue drum tuneable f-major/e-minor pentatonic (Allow 3-4 working days for delivery)
£429.00
A 15", 11 note steel tongue drum with long sustain
£549.00
Percussion Play Titan series Babel Drum - 41cm diameter (check for availability)
£550.00
  • Steel drums are traditionally associated with Trinidad, hand made from discarded oil drums and played with rubber mallets
  • They are now joined by a new generation of hand played steel dome instruments, inspired by the hang but now including the caisa