Hohner 6 Piece Rhythm Instrument Set
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- A complete rhythm band all in one box
- Includes a tambourine, rhythm sticks, nylon wrist bell, wood sounder, a triangle with striker
- Comes with songs and activities for use with all the instruments
- For ages 3 years and older
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 5 x 14 in||8.6 x 8.9 x 3.2 in||10 x 15 x 15 in||1.5 x 6.5 x 2.5 in||6.75 x 7.5 x 3.75 in||9 x 9.7 x 3.2 in|
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Top customer reviews
I was a little worried about these instruments being large enough and sturdy enough because there are some not so nice reviews about size and durability. Turns out they are perfect. My son was so thrilled with them when he opened them today that it was like Christmas morning.
I was a little concerned that he would want a drum, but it turns out that he can use the drum sticks on the tambourine, so it's perfect. They look like real instruments and have good sound for toys. I bought him a $3 kazoo at a local store and he is all set. Perfect for the musical toddler!
The bells are great and we love them.
The cymbals do not have that great of a tone. I'm probably going to get a pair of finger cymbals, so we have something with a better tone. You can get a bunch of sounds from them, depending on whether you strike them together or use the mallets on different areas... but none of them are really what I would call pleasing sounds.
The soprano sounder is kinda like a wood block. My daughter ignores it completely.
The rhythm sticks are pretty fun -- one with ridges, one smooth. You can scrape them, bang them, carry them around and poke the cat... Yeah, those are a success.
The triangle has a good tone to it. The metal stick for hitting it went straight into my daughter's mouth, so we're waiting till she's a little older to bring it back out.
The tambourine is good; although there are better ones out there, there are also worse ones. It'll certainly suffice.
The music activity sheets that came with the collection were... kind of lacking. They had lyrics for old familiar kids' songs, but no info on the melodies, so I hope you already know the tunes. And the "activity" for all of the songs? Beat the instrument in rhythm to the song. Gee, I don't think I could have figured that one out for myself. Thanks so much, activity sheets!
My daughter is only 15 months old, so I'm sure her use of these will evolve as she grows up. Overall, I'm glad I got them and I won't be returning them, but if I could do it again, I'd probably assemble my own collection piece by piece.
The triangle is good and makes a great sound.
The bells are fun. I do wish they adjusted but who cares at this price?
The cymbals are a good size and my son has a lot of fun with those but they don't have the greatest sound. He loves them so I don't really care because it's not like he is in a professional cymbal playing band at 18 months old.
The rubbing sticks do not make a great sound either, the undulations on the one stick are not wide or deep enough to get a good sound on it.
The wooden "soprano" thing was really a let down because as others have stated it was over varnished. Because it was over varnished the slits on the side connected on the end but I took a file and fixed that issue. It sounds better but that was annoying to have to do that.
The tambourine is fun too. The top part can be used like a drum and it takes a good beating. A lot of drums these days are covered with that "plastic" that others were complaining about. Mine was clear and not white like the pictured set.
The sticks for hitting the drum and the soprano stick are exactly the same. You get three of those. They aren't the greatest. My son prefers hitting the drum with the rubbing sticks. The tambourine drum has held up well to it.
All in all the set was a winner with my son. I would recommend this set as long as you do not mind having to do a little "fine tuning".