Celtic Labyrinth Djembe, Cherry Finish
Customer Review: "Just received my Celtic Labyrinth 12" head djembe. I gotta say, I am overwhelmed with satisfaction for this drum. It is my first one but have been a drummer for well over 20 years. I love my drum & will not shop anywhere else ever, for my djembe needs. Thank you to everyone at X8 drums for a job well done. " -Rachele
This African Djembe features a beautiful Celtic labyrinth carving on the Mahogany HardWood shell with a Teak Oil Finish. It has 2 Rings on top providing a secure grip on the goatskin head.
Watch Video samples of each drum:
| 10" X 20" Celtic Labyrinth Djembe |
| 12" X 24" Celtic Labyrinth Djembe |
We take great pride that our djembe drums are environmentally friendly. Each drum is made from legally harvested/Government inspected and certified Mahogany. The fact that we import these drums directly means that you get 'factory direct' prices and the finest selection of handcrafted djembe drums.
Two sizes available:
Please note that each drum is hand-carved, by master carvers, and sizes will tend to slightly fluctuate. No two drums are exactly alike which makes each one a unique work of art.
11-12" Tall x 7-8" Head w/ Tote Bag, Low Stretch Alpine Nylon HTB 5 mm Red Black Rope
15-16" Tall x 8-9" Head w/ Tote Bag, Low Stretch Alpine Nylon HTB 5 mm Red Black Rope
19-20" Tall x 9-10" Head, Low Stretch Alpine Nylon HTB 5 mm Red Black Rope
23-24" Tall x 11-12" Head, Low Stretch Alpine Nylon HTB 5 mm Red Black Rope
Helpful article: Which size djembe is best for me?
Need help tuning? Watch our video, How to Tune a Djembe .
- Legally Harvested, Environmentally Sustainable Mahogany wood
- One-piece Mahogany solid shell construction
- Government Certification Process
- Lathe turned for uniform thickness
- Lateral groove/rough surfaced carvings on interior bowl to reduce overtones
- Shells are kiln dried with up to 20 coats of teak oil to protect and preserve the wood.
- Premium selected goatskin drumheads
- Temperature controlled storage environment
- Professional drum techs on staff ready to service your djembe
- Watch how this drum is Made!
How to Play Djembe and Care of Djembe
To play the Djembe sit on the edge of a chair. Cross your ankles and tuck them slightly under you. Hold the Djembe between your knees or thighs so that the bottom of the drum rests behind your heels. Djembe players will find a wide range of sounds can be produced from this instrument.
The best treatment for a skin head is use. The more a drum is played the better for the head. The natural oils from your skin will help to keep the head in condition. If you find the sound going a little dull you can re-tune the head using the cords.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jul 2014
I'm a beginner, and AMAZED at how great this sounds. Inspiring. I love my drum.
Beautiful drum, nice sound
Posted by Stephen Jones on 11th Jul 2014
Drum newbie, so I can't really compare to other djembes. This is a beautiful drum, for real. Almost like artwork, just sitting there! More importantly, it has a nice sound. I'd like to get a larger one, as the 8-9" head, while portable, is just barely large enough to play with two hands.