Kazoo (IQ-P011-00)

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  • Model : IQ-P011-00
    Category : Melodic Instruments

    The Kazoo is a quasi-musical instrument that adds a buzzing timbral quality to a player’s voice when player vocalizes into it.  The Kazoo we know today was designed and built by Alabama Vest and Thaddeus Von Clegg during the 1840’s in Macon, Georgia.  It soon became a favorite for children and street musicians, eventually finding its way to jazz, jug, and hillbilly bands.

    Playing songs with IQ Plus kazoos will help children in building self-confidence and self-esteem.  Besides music, you can use this instrument to add sound effects to your child’s favorite bedtime stories.  Children can make sounds of their favorite animals such as bees and hummingbirds or pretend to drive a sports car, all with this instrument.  IQ Plus kazoos are affordable enough to outfit the whole classroom with.  

    An excellent instrument for classroom enjoyment and to encourage imagination and creativity from students.


    IQ Plus Kazoo Features:


    -  Children can play IQ Plus kazoos by placing their mouth on the open end, creating sounds by simply humming noise into the instrument

    -  Various sounds can be created and the instrument can be experimented with

    -  Children can incorporate this easy-to-play instrument in with other wind, melodic, or percussion instruments and form their own band

    -  IQ Plus kazoos are constructed from high-grade plastic and are very light weight at just 200 grams

    -  Available in 4 colors (red, blue, yellow, green)