Ksink Ksink represent shields that were used to protect drummers during times of war. Their role was vital as drumming patterns were a communication vehicle to deliver messages to the troops.
To Use: Slip the rod in between the strings and the head of a Djembe drum. Each Ksink Ksink is 13.5" long and up to 6" wide.
Sold Individually. Typically, three jingle plates are placed on each drum, but fewer will work well too.
Ksink Ksink is also referred to as djembe shaker, tsink tsink, ksing ksing, segeh-segeh, kashink-kashink, or nyang-nyama