This music centre has a lot of different music making sides.
One side is a xylophone, another has ginding gears and rattling beads, and still another has a scratch board and rolling beads, there is also a drum on one end that can come off for drummers who want to march.
I love this toy! It is very impressive with it's variety of vibrant colours that are also very stimulating.
This toy has so many different instruments that it creates different sounds. It's like being in a band with out all the other people involved.
I found all of the instruments easy to use with the exception of the clicking gears and the removable drum. I found because the drum was held on by a magnet, it took a while to actually grip on to the end of the structure. I also found the clicking gears were very stiff and tended to stick in places.
Other than that a GREAT product!!
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