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Remo Designer Series Djembe, Adinkra, Key-Tuned - 14"x25"

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  • Remo Designer Series Djembe, Adinkra, Key-Tuned - 14"x25"
  • Remo Designer Series Djembe, Adinkra, Key-Tuned - 14"x25"
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The Remo Adinkra Designer Series Mondo key-tuned djembe combines the Remo Skyndeep Mondo drumhead and an Acousticon drumshell, finished with Adinkra traditional African symbol artwork.

This beautifully designed Adinkra djembe exemplifies Leon Mobley's passion for playing the djembe as well as his deep rooted respect for the traditions of his ancestoral Africa. He believes in Unity, Peace, and Passion for playing and shares his joy with the world, whether on stage with Ben Harper or in a drum circle.

Remo djembes are based upon the traditional drums of the West African Mandingo people, originating from the great Mali Empire of the 13th and 14th century. In Africa, one of the Djembe's functions is as a healing drum. Remo Djembes are based on the same traditional Djembe tone and form combined with Remo's modern advances including a wide range of tuning systems, heads, finishes and sizes.

REMO'S key-tuned djembe have had great success as the most user friendly djembe in the world. With features like portability, tunability, durability, and playability it's no wonder why it is the choice for thousands and thousands of professional and recreational drummers for years.

The key-tuned Djembes are the most popular of Remo's World Percussion instruments. They're as wide used by touring professionals as they are in drum circles. The high slaps and deep bass tones from all Remo Djembes are from the Remo Skyndeep Mondo drumhead and ACOSTICON TM shell. There are 8 lugs used on the 14 in. model.

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1 Review

  • 5
    Beautiful Djembe

    Posted by Deborah on 11th Mar 2015

    i just love it. i'm new and learning how to play, but will proudly go to drumming circles with this beautiful instrument!

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