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A high-quality steel drum at an affordable price!
The Jumbie Jam Tabletop Steel Drum by Panyard sounds as good as a professional instrument, creating soothing island sounds that are pleasant to hear. Versatility is the best way to describe the Jumbie Jam; a blend of simple design, durability, and ease of learning/teaching makes it a fantastic instrument for all ages and musical abilities. It truly can be used as an entry level instrument or played at a professional level. This spirited instrument is being enjoyed in a multitude of environments from family recreational music-making to music education. The students love it and arent overwhelmed or intimidated, ensuring an effective and immediate learning experience.
Named for a character in Trinidadian folklore, the Jumbie, this mischievous and playful spirit grabs hold of you, compelling you to do a particular thing. What you are urged to do depends on the type of Jumbie that bites you. The Jumbie Jam is an authentic steel drum that is fun to play and easy to learn. You don't have to know how to read music; the notes on the drum and song books are marked by the note letter. The convenient table top stand can be set up and played anywhere. It is also collapsible and fits easily back into the carrying case, making your steel drum portable and easy to store.
The Jumbie Jam has been awarded twice by the National Association of Music Merchants beginning with a "Best in Show" in 2008 and followed by a "Best Tools for Schools" in 2010. Made in USA by Panyard, Inc., World Leaders in Steel Drum Musical Instruments and Accessories (family owned and operated since 1990).
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Comments about Panyard Jumbie Jam Table Top Steel Drum Kit:
I love this drum! It has beautiful sound, and is not too loud. I am using it in a preschool, letting the kids play it. The stand broke the first day we used it. The little hooks on the "arms" are very thin plastic, and they break off. The other one broke off a few days later. I melted a hole in the "arm" with a heated ice pick and stuck an eye hook in it. It is holding up fine now. I recommend an improvement to the design. I noticed that other steel drums have metal hooks rather than plastic ones.