Re: OUR 'OTHER' DRUMS
I don' have any pics available right now, but I have a pair of LP aspire bongos, a "north african snare drum" I bought from a store in florida called Hunt's Art and Artifacts.(it's a ceramic type drum made with a shape similar to that of a djembe, but it has no strings or rim to tie down the head. The head[which I assume is calfskin] seems to be dried onto the shell, and attached under it is a pair of twinelike strings that act as snares in giving a neat sort of 'buzz'ing sound.) I also have a large irish drum that I know little about that my dad got from my grandmother, and an great old Leady vibraphone that I'm renting from my teacher, I believe it's about 90.