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11.25"" Ghana Djembe

Main Features:

Authentic handmade African Djembe drum 

Handcarved in Ghana & imported to Australia

Skinned with the best quality ropes & hides by our drum maker Simo here in Melbourne

Lightweight, easy to play and transport

Durable & well-tuned

Free additional tuning

Free after-purchase customer support, maintenance & advice



Even though they are known as "bongos", the name "Djembe" comes from "anke Dje anke Be" which in the Malinke language means "Uniting People". In West Africa the Djembe is a big part of the spiritual and ritual life and used for story-telling to pass on historical, religious and cultural information to younger generations. It is also used in weddings, baptisms, circumcision, harvest and many other celebrations.


These beautiful and unique handmade drums require a lot of energy to come to life, so with the purchase of our drums, you are also buying a portion of the time, love and hard work that went into the creation of this piece of art. In addition to this, you are also supporting our passion for Africa, Rhythm and Culture and helping the communities that created these beautiful drums to keep their humble and hard-working people employed. We pay respect to every single person involved in this process and we hope that our community will also appreciate this type of art as much as we do.


More about the timber:

The Twenaboa is a medium-density timber that offers great portability in a variety of sizes with a good resonance of sound. Being only 4 to 8 kg, it's very practical when it comes down to performing, roaming, standing or simply transporting your drum.

The name Twenaboa translates to the "drum tree", which often develops a hole inside the trunk that makes it easy to carve into a drum.


Origin: Ghana

Wood: Twenaboa
Skin: Medium Australian Goat Hide

Diameter: 28 cm

Height: 56 cm

Weight: 6 KG

11.25"" Ghana Djembe

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