Suzuki

MP-8 Diatonic Music Pad Set
Model: MP-8
Diatonic Set of 8

£439.99 per set.


Suzuki Music Pads 
Suzuki's Music Pads are a fun way to explore sound - your group of children can experiment with this one octave set of tuned pads (no batteries or power required). Stand on them, sit on them, use your hands, elbows or knees! Great as an introduction to ensemble playing too as each child can be given one or two pads to play.
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MP-6c Now Play complete chords!
Model: MP-6c
Set of 6 Chord

£439.99 per set.


Suzuki MP-6C Music Chord Pads 
Now you can play six chords with the newest set of Music Pads. As with the MP-8 Diatonic set, no batteries or power required. Stand on them, sit on them, use your hands, elbows or knees! Use on their own or with the MP-8 set.
MP-6c Chord Chart
Example Uses:
Music Pad Sample1 Music Pad Sample 2

MPP-8 P-tunes Push Pump Set

Suzuki MPP-8 Push PumpsFollowing the success of our Music Pads for use on the floor, Suzuki introduce P-tunes, the Music Push Pumps. Each Push Pump is individually tuned to a musical note and requires no batteries to use. Simply place it on a surface and press with your hand. As the Push Pump compresses, air is forced through the reed emitting a tone. Press gently and enjoy a softer tone, or harder for louder and shorter tones.

Why not attach a Push Pump to your arms, legs or hands for fun, music learning games that improve coordination? Simply thread a cord or similar (not supplied) through the base.
Clearly marked, fun stickers on the top of each Push Pump makes notes easily recognisable by colour or note name.

P-tunes music scale

Images

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Specifications


Range: c² - c³, 1 Octave 8notes set
Measurement Dia: 82 mm
 Height: 60 mm
Weight: 57g per pc


Product ID Description RRP
MP-8 8 notes diatonic set 439.99
MP-6c 6 Chord set 439.99 
MPP-8 8 note diatonic set T.B.C.
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