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Gifts for Musical Dads

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 17-10-2007

Still thinking about what to get Dad for the holidays? Let GreatDad.com guide you with our top recommendations of gift suggestions for dads. And, since we’re dads ourselves, we went beyond the usual suspects of slippers, ties, sports and other predictable presents to offer ideas that will not only surprise him but will let him know that you truly appreciate all he does.

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Calypso Steel drum – $89.90 Diatonically tuned, this steel drum is a good intro to steel drum music. Smaller than a traditional “steel pan” drum, it can be played by young kids as well.

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Congas – $599 If you’re looking for a fun gift for a percussionist, but can’t have a full set of drums in the living room, these congas are a fun instrument for young and old. They can even be played in an apartment if you use a Tala Wand (a type of birch or bamboo drum stick) without losing your lease.

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A couple of pair of bongos – $25.99 If dad loves music and likes to party, buy 2-3 pairs of bongos and break them out when guests come over. You don’t have to be an expert to play the bongos and it’s easy for a party to get swinging when several people are playing at once.

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QwikTime Metronome – $16.95 If the musical dad on your list does not have a metronome, we’ve found a perfect one that is inexpensive, easy-to-use, portable, and has a pleasant woodblock sound.  The price at $14.95 can’t be beat.

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Klutz book – $0.01 How to Play the Harmonica – Anyone can play the harmonica, which is a fun instrument for accompanying little ones while they sing. Like everything worth doing, it just takes practice. The klutz book takes the mystery out of it and includes a good intro-quality instrument.

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