Dimensions & materials
- Skin diameter : 34,5 cm
- Length : 58 cm
- Weight : 7,75 kg
- Kind of wood : Melina (beechwood) (Gmelina arborea)
- Braided rope (black)
A product of African craftsmen (Guinea)
Melina Guinea sangban (traditional mounting)
Melina is a fast-growing tree that is relatively strong for its weight.
Its low to moderately heavy wood makes it possible to make light instruments that are easier to carry, more comfortable to play standing up (as in the case of the djembe or dundun drums), and just as rich in sound as instruments made with heavy wood.
It is a durable wood used in various fields such as construction, marine carpentry, joinery, cabinet making, musical instruments... because it is resistant to rot and termites.
Highly appreciated for the shade and coolness it provides, it is a tree that is often found in the courtyards of houses, in village squares, along city avenues or on the edges of fields in the countryside.
Overall product rating : 4.6 / 5
3 months ago
This drum is the real deal. The tonal response from the skin is balanced. The wood used is authentic, when you consider that a lot of inferior wood is stained and sold. My only negative is that the rope used could have been thicker, however it serves its purpose!
11 months ago
The drum I received was not the drum in the photograph, however, I am happy with it.
1 year ago
I am very happy with the dun duns and bells. Thank you for your advice and your quick replies!
1 year ago
Always good to deal with you guys! Big up!
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