rachelnguyen wrote:I am interested in where the lower ring sits. It is so different from a Mali drum. Much bigger and higher up!
michi wrote:rachelnguyen wrote:I am interested in where the lower ring sits. It is so different from a Mali drum. Much bigger and higher up!
That's common for Guinea drums with their straight sides. The bottom ring sits in a ledge that's carved around the bottom of the bowl, so it can't move. Makes it easy during re-skinning because the ring cannot shift off-center
Dugafola wrote:this actually wasn't common until 2005ish although someone like Tom can probably be more specific.
Dugafola wrote:how much are charging for those drums in USD?
the kid wrote:I bet Tom in wula will be cringing at the second to none description.
Are you saying there 750 each per shell or what?
Don't know if you got any djalla drums but that wood rocks too.
rachelnguyen wrote:I don't think $750 is bad considering what MK charges! And they really are tight.
the kid wrote:Would you ever try recording a sound sample to show the difference in sound from the different woods?
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