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Shell Drums

Shell Drums- Tablas, Damroo, Dhohlak, Hudai, Mridangam, Talking Tupans, Ashikos, Bongos, Congas, Djembe, Table Drums, Renaissance & Medieval Drums & More!

Alexandria Drums

Alexandria Drums
Alexandria Drums are beautifully made Egyptian drums.

Aluminum Drums

Aluminum Drums
Aluminum Drums have light weight aluminum shells for great resonation.

Ashiko Drums

Ashikos
Originating in West Africa, the ashiko is a popular and versatile hand drum. With a deer or cow skin head it can have a warmer tone similar to a conga. With a goatskin head, the ashiko can have a crisp, sharp sound much like a djembe.

Bongo Drums

Bongo Drums
Bongos are an Afro-Cuban percussion instrument consisting of a pair of single-headed, open-ended drums attached to each other.

Brass Drums

Brass Drums
Our Brass Drums are made with copper frame to give it it's own unique tone and ressonation.

Ceramic Drums

Ceramic Drums
Ceramic drums are made with ceramic bodies that make a rich deep sound all it's own.  The sound sets it apart from different metal drums.

Conga Drums

Conga Drums
The conga, or  the tumbadora, is a tall, narrow, single-headed Cuban drum. Although ultimately derived from African drums made from hollowed logs, the Cuban conga is staved, like a barrel.

Copper Drums

Copper Drums
Copper Drums are aluminum cast, spun with copper to create a unique resonation.

Cuica Drums

Cuica
The Cuica Drum is a Brazilian friction drum often used in samba music. The tone it produces has a high-pitched squeaky timbre. The cuíca plays an important rhythmic role in samba music of all kinds.

Darbuka

Darbuka
The Darbuka, or Goblet Drum is a hand drum with a goblet shape used mostly in the Middle East, North Africa, and Eastern Europe. Its thin, responsive drumhead and resonance help it produce a distinctively crisp sound.

Dhol Drums

Dhol Drums
Dhol can refer to any one of a number of similar types of double-headed drum widely used, with regional variations, throughout the Indian subcontinent. The typical sizes of the drum vary slightly from region to region.

Djembe Drum

Djembe Drum
A Djembe Drum is a rope-tuned skin-covered drum played with bare hands. The djembe can produce a wide variety of sounds, making it one of the most versatile drums. The drum is very loud, allowing it to be heard clearly as a solo instrument over a large percussion ensemble.

Drum Tables

Table Drums
Drum Tables are great pieces to have, they serve as conversation pieces and functional as drums.  A must have for the drum enthusiast.

Medieval and Renaissance Drums

Medieval and Drums
Medieval and Renaissance Drums are two headed drums that produce a nice rich booming sound and add a nice touch to the rhythmic sounds of olde-world music.  The percect bass to any tune.

Metal Drums

Metal Drums
Our Metal Drums are made from nickled brass for a unique resonation.

Remo Drums

Remo Drums
Remo Drums are known for quality. Made by the established and renowned manufacturer, Remo.

South Indian Drums

South Indian Drums
Our South Indian Drums are a collection of drums that originated in Southern Indian countries.   Included drums are Khol, Mridangam, Naal, and Pakhawaj.

Talking Drums

Talking Drums
The talking drum is a hourglass-shaped drum from West Africa. It's pitch can be regulated to mimic the tone and prosody of human speech. Its body is covered by two skins which are connected by leather strings, which allow the player to tweak its pitch by pressing the drum between his arm and body.

Wood Drums

Wood Drums
In our Wooden Drums category we have our wooden Doumbeks, Djun-Djun, and the Standing Drum.  All great drums with wooden shell.