If you are one of those people who drives others crazy by constantly drumming on tabletops, you can now make them go absolutely bonkers with the Finger Drum Mousepad. At a size of 9 x 8 x 2 1/2-inches, the gadget plays 8 different percussion sounds that include bass, snare, two rack toms, a floor tom, hi-hat, crash, and ride cymbals. The demo mode features 6 preset patterns and you can record up to 30 rhythms of your own. There are volume and tempo controls and an input for attaching an MP3 player. The electronic drum comes with 4 AAA batteries and carries a $39.95 price.
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If you never get to sing or play lead guitar and are forced with your percussion instruments to stay in the back of the band, now you can receive all the attention with the clear-frame LED Tambourine. With 14 lights, it will keep a perfect beat, no matter what part of your body you thump it against. Made of plastic and metal, it has a 7-inch diameter, needs one 9 volt battery (not included,) and is recommended for those over the age of seven, at least physically. At a price of $19.95, you can get two and really drive the the other bandmembers bonkers.
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