The copper darbuka (doumbek?); does remo make any heads that fit it? i was looking at getting that same drum a while back before my funds dried up.Now, the more obscure.
Pic one is my Udu. I got it on a Guitar Center sale.
Two is my Talking Drum, it was fairly cheap from a non music store.
Three is my $12 Remo Doumbek. This is my drum I take anywhere.
Four is my ceramic doumbek.
Five is my Copper Darbuka I got this used with a spare head and carrying case for $80.
Last is my Misc Percussion. Most of which was less than $5 a piece.
It's cool you made your own drum out of something you hunted and a log you worked and you did the project with your dad. You should put up photos of the drum so we can see it - I don't think anyone has every posted anything like that around here.When we first put the hide one, before it dried, it sounded great. It was really resonant and kinda high pitched. Now that it is fully dry, it still sounds cool but in a really different way. It isn't resonant and is kind of dead sounding. I think it has more to do with the log we used than the hide, but it definitely did stretch out some. Before it was dry, someone took it from me and started playing it pretty hard with a drumstick, and I think that is the main reason it stretched out.
I would but I don't have a camera. When I get one though, I'll post some pictures.It's cool you made your own drum out of something you hunted and a log you worked and you did the project with your dad. You should put up photos of the drum so we can see it - I don't think anyone has every posted anything like that around here.
Bogo's 8'' 10'', snare 14''x6'', tenor 16'', Paiste 2000 18'', homemade like 12'' Practice pad 10''Ah, a drummer from Hengelo. That makes you practically my neighbour!
That's a nice little practise set-up you have there. What sizes are they?
Majestic drums are a Dutch brand, aren't they? I played a Majestic kit once, they make good stuff!