It really depends on the child. Even though they are twins he's male and she's female, so he may love Musical Instruments, but she may not. If these are not your own children then I would ask the parents. If they are your children then you know them the best. Here are several suggestions: Piano lessons Guitar lessons Ballet lessons Rap/jazz dance (modern dance is even popular for 8 year olds.) Clothes (gift certificate or take her out shopping with you.) Concert tickets to something you think she would like and take her.
Sister Drum was created in 1995.
Irish: As in 'a drum' it would be 'druma';as a verb "I drum" would be 'Buailim an drum'.In Scottish Gaelic:?
Unfortunately, if your warranty has expired, you are out of luck as far as getting it replaced for free. If you have worn out multiple drum sets, I would highly recommend investing in the ION Drum Rocker. It is $250, but it is a professional electronic drum kit. You can even hook it up to an amplifier and use it as a real drum kit.
most likely if you have drum brakes. the shoe has came off the metal mount, and lodged itself in the drum. get new brake shoes. but have fun getting the drum off!!!!!!
Tap it or tap it with drum sticks
All drum sticks are gonna break sometime. But they're probably breaking because you're a very good drummer who's using his or her drum sticks the right way. Good drummin'. (But I would recommend getting some 5B size sticks).
A bass drum would be in percussion/drumline.
I suppose minimum would be a bass drum, snare drum and hi-hats
Tell them that you really find interest in it and that if they would like you could stuff blankets and pillows into the drums to muffle it.
No, it is a physical problem, like getting cut.