Dimensions & materials
- Skin diameter : 27 cm
- Length : 49,5 cm
- Weight : 6,6 kg
- Kind of wood : Rosewood (gueni, hare, khadi, balafon wood) (Pterocarpus erinaceus)
- Braided rope (black)
A product of African craftsmen (Guinea)
Rosewood 4 irons kenkeni dunun - Guinea dunun drum
In the dunun drums family, the kenkeni plays at the highest pitch and is generally used as a metronome in simple rhythms.
Each Guinea kenkeni is conceived in the purest tradition of the Guinean craftsmen who combine expertise and traditional skills.
Rosewood (gueni) is the densest wood used in the fabrication of Malian djembes.
Widely appreciated in Burkina Faso for its acoustic qualities, it is also used in the fabrication of the keys for balafons (African xylophones).
Overall product rating : 4.6 / 5
3 years ago
I am very happy with the dun duns and bells. Thank you for your advice and your quick replies!