JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title
JJ1158-GY - Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan Default title

Jumbie Jam steel pan with metal Z stand - grey pan

Product code: JJ1158-GY

Barcode: 653341491596

RRP £235.00 (inc. VAT)

Key product features

  • An entertaining beginners' steel pan for all ages (3+) and musical abilities
  • Authentic Caribbean tone and excellent intonation
  • Eight labelled notes cover a range of an octave from G4-G5
  • Pan diameter 40cm and skirt depth 6.5cm
  • Metal Z-frame stand, height adjustable 60cm – 90cm
  • Includes mallets and a beginners' guide (free download) with 5 songs and backing tracks
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The Jumbie Jam steel pan with Z stand


The Jumbie Jam is by far the best quality and most authentic sounding beginners' steel pan on the market. It's the perfect gift to encourage classes of young children to make music together and explore the sounds of the Caribbean. It has also become popular with older and more advanced musicians looking to add a tropical twist to their lives

It's named after the Jumbie, a mischievous spirit in Trinidadian folklore, and the tropical tones are sure to awaken every player's impish creativity.



Build Quality


Each pan measures 40cm across and has a 6.5cm shallow skirt. The new metal z-stand is height adjustable between 60cm and 90cm to accommodate all players great and small. The additional weight of the metal stand will give more stability to the pan no matter how the fiesta spirit moves you!

The pan itself is made from premium steel and built to Panyard's exact specification to ensure perfect intonation and playing ease.


Range


The surface features eight labelled notes spanning a major scale from G4-G5. Non-specialist teachers can quickly pick up the basics and stay a few tricks ahead of their class, and students will not be intimidated or overwhelmed by the note range available. This ensures a fun, effective and immediate learning experience.


Versatility

Jumbie Jam offers a perfect mix of simple design and layout, durability and ease of learning. This makes it the ideal introduction to steel pan playing for all ages and musical abilities. This joyful instrument is at home in a range of environments – from recreational music making at home to educational settings in the classroom and ensemble playing.



Learning support

The Jumbie Jam Beginner’s Guide and jam tracks is a great place to start! Featuring some basic steel drum care information and a selection of pieces to learn with accompanying audio tracks for a rewarding playing experience. A range of song books is also available, with themes including Island Fun, Reggae, Christmas and Songs of Faith amongst others. These titles all include backing CDs, and the notation is provided with both standard stave notation and letter names to match the letters marked on the Jumbie Jam itself. For players who do not yet read music, there is also the “Songs By Letter” series which solely consists of letter names

More useful information


Often incorrectly referred to as steel drums, the whole instrument vibrates to make a pan's characteristic Caribbean sound which means they are properly classified as 'idiophones', the same family as cymbals.