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      Name: Boomwhacker, hollow plastic tubes played by either tapping them with drum sticks or tapping them against a surface.

      Aliases: "Boomwhackers" (ref), "Boomwhackers Tuned Percussion Tubes" (ref), "Boomwhackers tubes" (ref)

      WikidataQ893045

      PatentUS #5,814,747

      Origin: Invented by Craig Ramsell, Arizona. The instruments were originally produced and sold by "Whacky Music, Inc.", before being acquired by "Rhythm Band Instruments LLC". (ref)

      Type of: Rhythm sticks

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      Disambiguation: Hollow plastic tubes often used in education.

      Description: A boomwhacker is a hollow plastic tube that is played by either being tapped with a drum stick or being tapped against a surface. They are often used to teach students the fundamentals of tone in music. Each boomwhacker plays a separate note.

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              zaphodbeeblebrox CatQuest, the Endeavouring Cat!
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              Ge0rg3 George Omnet
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