So, you're here about the tambourines. Let us first confirm exactly what they are:
According to Google - aka our soon to be digital Overlord - the tambourine is: noun - a percussion instrument resembling a shallow drum with metal discs in slots around the edge, played by being shaken or hit with the hand.
- Open (Headless)
- Half Moon
- Early Years
You've got your head around headless tambourines? Well, stick that head back on and you and I are in the same place. Generally, for the tambourines with a head (hereon known simply as the 'tambourine') you can use the same definition as the headless tambourine. Just add the skin on top et voilà. While very similar to the headless tambourine, the addition of this skin opens up a world of percussive playing options that can be accessed by all ages. Why not try it for yourself? Check out the AP331 range for a plethora of choices.
By far the most colourful range out there, the A-Star Half Moon Tambourines come in brightly coloured plastic that is hard wearing and comfortable to hold. To help you visualise one of these, simply take one of the headless variety, mentally paint it in a bright colour and chop it in half. It's not perfect, but pretty close. For added volume, this range has 16 bright, jingle sounding zills around the edge.