for about the millionth time, I've really noticed a difference in the bowl shape from the Mali to the Guinea style drum.
Adam wrote:for about the millionth time, I've really noticed a difference in the bowl shape from the Mali to the Guinea style drum.
Since you are looking new to djembe, look for the size, first. Sit down with the drum between your legs and see if you are comfortable playing it. The head dia in particular.
Then look for the sound. If you are new and don;t know the sound you are looking for, take their advice. SInce you are going to DSD obviously all drums are good, but they can tell you which is better among the ones present over there in terms of your choices and situation.
I don't know where I read but , does dugara wood has more chances of cracking in un friendly climate than other woods ?
where do you live? i'd only be worried about it if you lived in the desert or high in elevation > 3000 ft.
bops wrote:jedge76 wrote:I talked with Michael and he was super helpful. ...Great guys for sure!
Michael (Markus) is a great teacher. I mean a really, really great teacher. Always fun to see him.
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