Classic American Kazoo
While blowing is the term typically used to describe the technique required to play a kazoo, a more accurate term would be humming into the Kazoo. Blowing with the lips closed around the mouthpiece of the kazoo will not make sound – one must vibrate air from one’s lungs by humming into the instrument to produce any sound. Increased air flow and harder blowing will result in a louder sound.
Instead of just humming (hmmmmm); different sounds can be made by singing different syllables, such as doo, who, rrrrr, brrrr, into the kazoo. The vibration from the kazoo will be transferred to the lips giving a sensory input.
Before washing your kazoo carefully remove the round top section then remove the easy to clean and longer lasting cellophane disc, replace after washing and drying the instrument.
WARNING: Not for children developmentally and aged under 3 years old.
To be used under adult supervision.
Contains small parts, may be a choking hazard.