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SLAP Classroom MEGA Bundle SAVE $150 + FREE SHIPPING + Classroom Resources

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  • Bundles of drumming fun, save $150
  • “How to Play” directions on drumhead – makes learning easier
  • Quickly and easily introduce rhythm and time into your music classes
  • Booming, loud bass tones and whip-crack highs
  • Designed to withstand the trials of regular classroom use
  • Bonus resource books including Slap Djembe and Octopus Band
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Package Includes:
4 6" pre-tuned Djembe
4 8" pre-tuned Djembes
2 10" rope-tuned Djembe
2 12" rope-tuned Djembe
1 Gathering Drum
4 Floor toms
4 Bongo Drums
4 8" Frame Drums
4 8" Lollipop
3 Tings
Andy Gleadhill's Slap Djembe book with online content
Octopus Band Maiden Voyage Teacher's Resource book with tunes arranged for ukulele, steelpan, and djembe

Introducing the NEW Slap Percussion - 32 pack Mega Drumming bundle

Take your classroom groove to the next level with our Mega Drumming bundle of Slap Djembes and Hand Percussion. Djembes are becoming increasingly popular in classroom music at all ages, music therapy, and drum circles. Nothing matches the joy of making music together, not only for lessons, but also as a fun and therapeutic activity for all ages. Slap Djembes and Percussion are both hard-wearing and lightweight, easy to play, transport, and with a great sound. The innovative design printed directly on the drumhead shows where the hand should strike to obtain a variety of sounds, making learning even easier. Energize your classroom or recreational music experience with a Slap Djembe and Percussion bundle!

Every drum from Percussion Plus produces a big, booming sound and is lots of fun for anyone aged 5+. All materials and hardware have been produced to the highest standard - designed to withstand the trials of regular classroom use, whilst still producing a warm and powerful sound.

Let's play together

With each drum in the pack, you get a great looking high-quality instrument with an innovative 'how to play' guide printed on the drum skin. There are many different techniques used to produce tones on the instruments and any of these can be used on our drums. The printed graphic on the head of the drum offers suggested hand positions for the three main tones: slap, tone, and bass.

With this easy method, teaching and learning is simple and allows you to tailor your class to include visual as well as instructive and aural learners, providing an inclusive way into music making for all levels and abilities.

Fun look, vibrant sound

The colourful pattern wrapped around every drum gives a fun and exciting look, inviting young classes to learn and play. Each has a lightweight body so is easily stored and transported and is supplied with two soft beaters if required.

Although they are lightweight, the build quality is reassuringly sturdy and the sound is just as vibrant and powerful as the colourful patterned exterior!

Now including Andy Gleadhill's Slap Djembe

Whether you are a percussion expert or have never taught music before, this incredible resource is the best introduction to playing and teaching the djembe. Utilising an innovative, accessible notation it features 12 rhythms from all corners of the globe with additional content, insightful performance notes as well as 10 weekly lessons that can be applied to any tune in the book. That's 120 lessons, planned for you! Click HERE to find out more...

“The innovative new Slap range from Percussion Plus is a breakthrough in accessible and inclusive music making.”

Andy Gleadhill - Percussion Plus Global Ambassador

How to play

The design on each drum head shows examples of hand positions that can be employed to obtain a fabulous variety of tones from the drum, from punchy bass to cracking highs. When you hit the skin, let your hand bounce back allowing the sound to ring.

The Bass

This area in the centre of the drum produces a warm and full tone. Use the beaters or your hands to strike the centre of the drum for a solid rhythmic backing, allowing accents to be created using the tone and slap positions.


This area in the centre of the drum produces a warm and full tone. Use the beaters to strike the centre of the drum for a solid rhythmic backing, allowing accents to be created using the tone and slap positions.

The Tone

Straighten all your fingers at the same time. There are numerous hand positions that can be used to create the tone. Think of your hand as a straight extension of your arm, and you should get a solid ‘thud’ sound.

The Slap

This stroke can be played in the same position as the tone, the difference is that one relaxes the hand and arm to hit the drum with a slap-like motion. Spreading your fingers out slightly when they strike the hand drum helps create a crisp clear sound.


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