michi wrote:Of course, if you buy a copy of my brand-new eBook Djembe Construction
alifaa wrote:Two from two Michi. Shameless plugs a plenty, wot?
Keep up the good work!!
cobra wrote:I feel so.........................so..............................................cheap.
Michi wrote:My apologies for upsetting your emotional balance
cobra wrote:I'm logging out now and rushing to get my copy of "Djembe Construction: A Comprehensive Guide" before it sells out.
cobra wrote:Here's where they actually show you how it's done and what it looks like: http://drumdr.com/drum-repair-histories.html#african-djembe-drum-repair.
I tried it and it works like a charm!
michi wrote:Realistically, I don't think it makes that much of a difference. What matters more than anything is the number of friction points between the skin and the flesh ring. All three designs (the two I linked to earlier and the one you pointed out) achieve that.
drtom wrote:I have to add, though, that it's just as important to me that the strength of the crown is greatly increased. I use rope on the crowns that's considerably thinner than the rope I use on the verticles (imagine 5mm+ on the crown - imagine the knots!), so it eases my mind greatly to double it up. Plus, it looks great!
By the way michi, I actually thought I'd come up with this version of the double loop myself. Where have you seen it before?
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